After an initial release limited to Last Wish Edition owners, Endless Dungeon, developed by Amplitude Studios, is now available to the general public. The game is accessible on various platforms, including Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, PS4, PS5, and PC. For those waiting to play on the Nintendo Switch, a version is expected to arrive later.
Endless Dungeon transports players to a risky space station filled with perils around every corner. Your objective is to escort the Crystal Bot through numerous floors filled with challenges, all leading to the Core. The game is a twin-stick shooter with roguelike elements that keep each run fresh and unpredictable.
Like its predecessor, Dungeon of the Endless, you must defend the Crystal Bot from adversaries, such as Bots, Bugs, Blobs, and Blurs. To make your journey somewhat more accessible, the game allows you to set up turrets and use resources to enhance your heroes’ abilities.
Once you find your way back to the Saloon, you’ll have the opportunity to improve your gameplay. With the Scrap and Cores you’ve collected during your runs, you can unlock new passive abilities, level up weapons, and perform other upgrades. While you can take on the game’s challenges with AI teammates, you can also team up with up to two other players for a co-op experience.
Endless Dungeon offers an engaging experience for fans of roguelikes and twin-stick shooters, although it doesn’t offer many new twists on the established formulas. The game is well-designed, offering players a series of ever-changing challenges that keep the gameplay interesting. Its co-op feature is also a strong point, allowing friends to share the challenges and rewards.
In summary, Endless Dungeon is a solid addition to the roguelike and twin-stick shooter genres, and it’s quite worth checking out if you’re a fan of either. With its broad platform availability, there’s a good chance you’ll be able to experience it on your system of choice.