Super Dungeon Bros’ beta phase begins on October 14th

Wired Productions today announced the rock-themed, co-op dungeon brawler Super Dungeon Bros will support an extended Closed Beta starting on October 14th and Open Beta for the weekend of October 21st on Steam.

Gamers with access to a Steam account are encouraged to sign up for the Closed Beta, which begins on October 14th at 4.00PM BST and runs through October 20th. During this period, fans will have a chance to try out the game’s single-player and local multiplayer modes with four players.

Gamers will also have the opportunity to get hands-on time with Super Dungeon Bros in a fully online Open Beta offering four player co-op matchmaking with other Beta participants. Interested gamers can download the game for Steam during its Open Beta period from October 21st until October 24th.

Super Dungeon Bros is a multiplayer-centric dungeon brawler in which a band of heavy metal heroes are summoned to embark on a quest from the Gods of Rock. Their mission is to navigate the fantasy realm of Rokheim and seek out epic loot, vanquish hordes of evil undead and uncover the legends of long lost fabled rock stars.

The game will support both online and offline modes, and will feature three unique and challenging worlds. Players will explore the rock-themed realm of Rokheim and dive deep into the worlds of Cryptheim (an underground dungeon complex), Chillheim (a brewery built upon a natural brew geyser) and Bogheim (a sprawling jungle filled with poisonous plants and animals).

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