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D-Corp co-op tower defense receives final update

d-corp co-op tower defense gets the brave new world update via linux gaming and windows pc

D-Corp co-op tower defense gets a Brave New World update via Linux gaming and Windows PC. Thanks to the continuing efforts of developer Frogsong Studios. Currently available via Steam Early Access.

D-Corp is a couch co-op tower defense and mining simulator game. Also currently in Early Access via Steam, now releasing the Brave New World update. This is a major patch, introducing new levels and new music. While including new in-game objects and new gameplay mechanics. It also comes with a portion of bug fixes and gameplay balance improvements.

It is important to note that this is the final major update, before the game’s full release in September 2021. The Early Access period is supposed to run between 3 – 6 months. However, it seems the development state is running a bit further. But the reviews on Steam are limited yet positive.

D-Corp Brave New World Update

Features:

  • 2-, 3-, or 4-player co-op through local play or via Steam Remote Play
  • Avoid dangerous cacti and stop them from overrunning your base
  • Experiment with different D-Corp defense plans!
  • Scrap all resources and carry them back to your recycler
  • Throw your friends into the deadly acid pool!
  • Reload, maintain and relocate a variety of turrets. All to protect your operation
  • Find, unlock, and wear dozens of shiny hats!
  • Fetch ammo in time before the turrets run out. Throw it if you have too!
  • This game was designed to be played with gamepads.

When D-Corp exits Steam Early Access, the price will increase to match $19.99 USD / 16.99€. Buying the game now is better since you can take the advantage of the Early Access price $14.99 / 12.49€. Along with support in Linux gaming and Windows PC. Plus a free Demo that also offers native support. So you can try before you buy.

Frogsong Studios was found in Malmö, Sweden in 2014 by a group of high spirited The Game Assembly graduates. The indie game development studio created D-Corp and Spellsworn (Linux, Windows PC). As well as collaborating on projects such as: Totally Accurate Battle Simulator, Stick Fight The Game, Teardown, and also Little Nightmares series.

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