Orcs Must Die! 2 Demo Is Now Available

Robot Entertainment has announced that they’re celebrating the final countdown of Orcs Must Die! 2 with demos, deals, and the long-awaited release of the Orcs Must Die! soundtrack! Players looking to be the first to get their hands on Orcs Must Die! 2 can now download the demo and start sleighing their way through two of the game’s early levels in single-player or co-op. Play as either the Sorceress or the War Mage and test-drive a selection of new traps and upgrades. Hone your combat and trap combos this weekend in anticipation of the monstrous assault coming your way when Orcs Must Die! 2 releases on Monday, July 30th, 2012!
In addition to the demo, Robot Entertainment has also released the pulse-pounding soundtrack to Orcs Must Die! 2. The soundtrack can be purchased exclusively on Steam for $5.99 and contains over 40 minutes of original music sure to whip players into an orc-killing frenzy.
Finally, Robot Entertainment has permanently lowered the price of the original Orcs Must Die! to $9.99! Downloading the original game will not only give players hours of intense orc-slaying, but will also unlock 10 classic levels in Orcs Must Die! 2. Still not enough? The original game is also on sale for 75% off from now until the morning of July 30th, 2012. There’s never been a better price on the 2011 AIAS Strategy Game of the Year!
Those interested can download the demo of Orcs Must Die! 2 from Steam.

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