Dungeon Keeper-style game War for the Overworld gets its final expansion today alongside a big new update.
The expansion, called The Under Games, is a new seven-level campaign that revolves around skirmish-like matchups across new game modes. The AI has been overhauled, there are three new underlords and there are multiple difficulty settings that should go down well with veteran fans.
Meanwhile, patch 2.0 adds new scripting support for the map editor as well as a remastered main campaign, with new cutscenes and an extended ending sequence.
The UK games industry charity GamesAid has come up with a novel fundraising initiative - charity DLC.
War for the Overworld, the spiritual successor to the Dungeon Keeper series, has launched a DLC heavily inspired by one of the most popular modes from Bullfrog's famous strategy game.
Remember War for the Overworld, the spiritual successor to Dungeon Keeper that came out in 2015? A big new expansion for it goes live tonight at 7pm.
The expansion is called Heart of Gold, and contains four new campaign levels, new defences, units and spells, and a new dungeon theme.
The new campaign levels are fully voice acted, and are played from the perspective of rival Underlord Kasita. The developers said these levels are more open-ended than in the original game.
Kickstarted dungeon management sim War for the Overworld fully launches today via Steam.
When EA got in touch with rambunctious actor Richard Ridings about reprising his role as Horny, the devilish mentor of Dungeon Keeper - that most treasured of cult classic video games - his agent dug up a surprising response:
The Kickstarter for War for the Overworld, a game heavily inspired by Bullfrog classic Dungeon Keeper, has proved a success.
A playable demo of War for the Overworld, the Dungeon Keeper-style game currently seeking funding on Kickstarter, has been released.
While an official Dungeon Keeper sequel seems unlikely, next year fans could have the next best thing - a game heavily inspired by the Bullfrog classic built by some of its biggest fans.