Surprise Attack Games and developer Achebit have announced Dungeon League is now available on Steam Early Access for PC, Mac and Linux.
Dungeon League is a dungeon crawling party game, which is scheduled to release on the aforementioned platforms and unannounced consoles in “mid-2016”. Dungeon League pits up to four players in chaotic local multiplayer matches, which last 10 minutes and feature 2 minute rounds. Each dungeon is procedurally generated, as players battle enemies and each other in a range of different Quests, which include Deathmatch, Capture the Flag, or Witch’s Eye. Claiming three round will achieve a satisfying victory over your friends.
Players will also level up in-between each round, unlocking new spells and abilities by spending skill points, followed by spending their hard earned gold on magical items at the shop.
Achebit’s decision to release on Steam Early Access is to create a larger Dungeon League community, which will help deliver feedback in order to improve balancing and create new content. Before Dungeon League launches in 2016, Achebit is also planning on adding new co-operative modes, such as Gauntlet and Survival, alongside an additional competitive mode known as Dungeon Ball.
Dungeon League is available now for US$10.00 on Steam Early Access.