While I didn't stick around with Orcs Must Die! 2 like I did with its predecessor, it still provided some decent action/tower defense gameplay. In a move that will hopefully breathe new life into the title on PC, developer Robot Entertainment has rolled out support for Steam Workshop.
Modders will be able to create traps, trinkets, weapons, and costumes by working off of existing in-game models. And for those of you who thought Orcs Must Die! 2 was way too easy (who are you?), there's also the opportunity to customize the enemies and timing of waves.
For a quick guide on how to get started modding, Robot Entertainment has you covered.
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4:30 PM on 07.22.2014