Dungeon Defenders II video highlights the Apprentice

11:00 PM on 05.10.2013

Jordan Devore

Managing Editor

For the competitive MOBA mode, that is

Trendy Entertainment has opted to focus on the multiplayer online battle arena component of Dungeon Defenders II in this latest gameplay demonstration. Yes, this probably isn't what you signed up for, but it makes sense from a promotional standpoint since it's coming out before the traditional cooperative tower defense side of the game.

The video itself is a hero showcase, this time for the Apprentice. As a fan of Hi-Rez Studios' third-person MOBA SMITE, I'm somewhat interested, though it's not exactly like I'm actively searching for more of these games to occupy what remaining leisure gaming time I have left.

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