Subterranean Games are still busy working away on their new dungeon management game, War for the Overworld, which is currently in Beta and due to be released for the PC in 2014.
The development team revealed a few new details this week, with The Garrison room highlighted and three new multiplayer maps.
The Garrison is a defensive room that, if used correctly, can allow your dungeon to become an impregnable fortress, safe from any heroes that may venture into your domain. It will attract the staunch Augre creature to your cause, as well as revealing fog of war and protecting any nearby traps and walls within its Bastion Aura, which will grant them increased damage resistance and health regeneration.
Next are the three multiplayer maps that Subterranean Games mentioned, all of which are 2 player;
The Grand Chasm: Within the inky blackness lies a secret that your enemy is dying to explore. Choose between the three paths of assault, each of which have their own distinct advantages. The top path contains an additional Gateway, the bottom path contains a mystical unlimited supply of gold, and the central path is extremely easy to access, but cannot be claimed due to the surrounding Sacred Earth.
Ravenscroft: Three Perception shrines lay across the center of this fast and brutal skirmish map. Are you willing to rush towards the lucrative center before your enemy, or will you strike from their flank as they attempt to excavate the gleaming gold at the centre?
Fight Pit: With but one Gateway available to you at the start you will find your mettle tested as you and your enemy battle for a second gateway at the centre of the map.
You can purchase War for the Overworld Standard Edition onfor £16.99, which grants you access to the Beta while you wait for the full game to be released in 2014.
Make sure you check back next Thursday for the latest update on War for the Overworld.