Join the Guild of Dungeoneering in July


As of today, card-based, dungeon-building RPG Guild of Dungeoneering, from Irish indie studio Gambrinous and indie publisher Versus Evil, has a confirmed launch date of July 14th, and a price point of $14.99.

PC/Mac gamers eager to become Dungeoneers can sign up for early guild enlistment by pre-ordering from Steam, GOG, Humble Store, and various other digital download portals. All pre-orders come with free access to the Pirates Cove Adventure Pack, a bonus DLC add-on containing “one new region, two new dungeoneer classes and five additional adventures that all have separate, unique quests,” when it is released sometime after the full game’s launch. This swashbuckling DLC pack will be sold separately for $4.99.


For video game music lovers, a $19.99 Deluxe Edition containing the official soundtrack is also available to pre-order. If the new trailer (see below) is any indication, the soundtrack should make for a fun musical adventure when not playing the game.

If this is the first time you’re hearing about the game, be sure to catch up on our previous Guild of Dungeoneering coverage, including Tim’s quickie impressions from PAX South earlier in the year, as well as a level playthrough demo showing close to nine minutes of gameplay.

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