Dungeon Defenders PC pulls 200,000 sales

Wednesday, 2nd November 2011 22:05 GMT By Brenna Hillier

Since its major platform release in mid-October, the PC version of Dungeon Defenders has generated 80% of its sales.

The indie tower defence action RPG has drawn 250,000 sales total across PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, but 200,000 of them were Steam sales.

To promote the console network versions, Trendy will be hosting a number of community events, offering chances to play alongside developers and win item unavailable anywhere else.

It’s released four desktop images listing the event details – check ‘em out below.

The co-op focused game has been available for iOS and Android since late last year, and a Vita port is expected. The Android, iOS, PC and PS3 versions boast cross-platform play, and character data can be carried over between devices.



  1. GrimRita

    Great stuff. And another reason why Steam is king of the DD.

    #1 3 years ago
  2. bpcgos

    Another proof that indie should stick itself with PC first!

    #2 3 years ago
  3. Old MacDonald

    Maybe not first, but it certainly seems like a very bad idea to skip the platform alltogether, like many of them are doing.

    #3 3 years ago
  4. Moleculor

    Sounds like brilliant decision making: We’ve made 80% of our sales on the PC, so we’re going to throw a party and give away prizes on the consoles! Wooooo!

    I’m having a blast playing on PC, but I don’t see why these contests and prizes can’t be there too.

    #4 3 years ago

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