Trendy Entertainment has released a ton of DLC for the Steam version of Dungeon Defenders, as well as a special holiday sale on Steam for 50% off during this time period. Therefore, PC gamers will be able to play for free – until December 2nd – The Great Turkey Hunt DLC. On the other hand, the Dungeon Defenders Hero Pack will be available for $3.99 for the first week, while the Warping Core Challenge Pack will be priced at $1.99 USD.
The Great Turkey Hun lets players hunt humongous herds of Turkeys for their delicious Thanksgiving meat. If you are victorious, you will unlock some holiday costumes such as the the Pilgrim for the Apprentice, the Turkey Outfit for the Squire, the Pocahontas outfit for the Huntress and the Conquistador for the Monk.
Dungeon Defenders Hero Pack will let PC gamers play as the gender-swapped versions of the main characters, equipped with all new abilities, stat ramps, and more:
The Initiate: A student of the mountain monasteries, this female monk can debuff all nearby foes with her “Enemy Drain” ability and buff the defenses of any nearby allies with her “Remote Defense Boost” ability.
The Countess: This noble female warrior can use her “Joust” ability to push through enemy lines with unstoppable force and her “Call to Arms” ability to rally allies to the cause increase their damage and damage resistance.
The Ranger: This elven hunter can cloak nearby allies and their defenses with his “Invisibility Field” ability and use his “Piercing Spreadshot” to tear through lanes of enemies in a wide arc.
The Adept: This female mage can destroy skeletons in a single blast and greatly damage their necromancer masters with her “Purifying Blast” and instantly upgrade any defense with her “Instant Upgrade” ability.
Last but not least, the Warping Core Challenge Pack contains four new warping core missions for you to tackle with your friends as well as unique loot that can only be obtained by beating these missions. The Warping Core Challenges are on: Royal Gardens, Endless Spires and Castle Armory Hall of Court
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