Dungeon Defenders sees 1 million paid downloads

By Johnny Cullen, Monday, 6 February 2012 15:32 GMT

Dungeon Defenders has seen 1 million paid downloads throughout Steam, PSN and XBLA since it first launched last October, publisher Reverb has told Joystiq. “It is tremendously successful franchise,” CEO Doug Kennedy told the site. “We have lots of plans to support it both with DLC and additional add-ons for the franchise.” More DLC is on its way for the PC version, but those won’t make the jump to the console versions due to business and tech contraints.

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