Wardens Rising is a new Co-Op ARPG Base Defense Shooter coming out in late 2024

Big Moxi Games is super excited to announce their upcoming APRG Base Defense Shooter, Wardens Rising which is set to launch in Late 2024 for PC, PlayStation 5 and Xbox series X/S. The developer has also published a new teaser trailer for the game, which can be found below:

Players will be able to experience a story of a Warden, a defender who’s standing against harsh threats. Each player will have to protect vital energy cores from massive invasions, including scary bosses in a post-apocalyptic world that is relatively strange.

The game offers a fast-paced shooting action gameplay within a base defense. Multiple waves of enemies are designated to swam your base, and your job is to haul them off by using towers, traps, portals, and more. Players will be able to choose between five heroes, with each of them having unique abilities.

As you course through the game, you will be able to level up your Warden, which will further provide unlocking of skills and technologies to strengthen your defense.

The game will be playable both in solo and teamplay tackling the campaign mode, which includes the defense of 24 cores and combating 4 different bosses. The mission allows players to defend 12 unique maps, each one offering diverse types of enemies.

If you find this amusing, then you can wishlist the game on Steam.

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