Dungeon Defenders 2 arrives on PlayStation 4 in pre-alpha form

Early Access on console?

Dungeon Defenders 2 launches on PlayStation 4 next week as a pre-alpha game.

The action tower defence role-playing game has been in Early Access on PC since December 2014, and launches on PS4 on 29th September.

The PS4 version features controller support, as you'd expect, and two-player local co-op.

Phillipe Asher, of Trendy Entertainment, warned that Dungeon Defenders 2 is still being developed and so some features will be ahead of the PC version, but others will arrive afterwards.

Dungeon Defenders 2 is designed as a free-to-play game "supported by ethical microtransactions", Asher said, but pre-alpha access on 29th September is limited to those who buy a currency bundle on the PlayStation Store, so you'll need to hand over some cash to play next week.

There's no word yet on how much these currency bundles will cost, but Dungeon Defenders 2 on Steam is, at its cheapest, £10.99.

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