The award-winning roguelike, Dungeon of the Endless is getting released on a new platform later this month. Amplitude have been successful in the PC market already, and will be making their debut on the Xbox One with a recreated version of their 2014 hit. It's not just a simple re-release though. In order to make a good impression on the console gamers that they are catering to for the first time, the indie developer have completely redesigned the game for Microsoft's big black box.
“Being our first game on Xbox One, we have completely rebuilt it with a sensible, intuitive control scheme and an improved user interface, while keeping the tough addictive nature perfectly in tune with the PC original,” said Romain de Waubert de Genlis, creative director at Amplitude Studios. “We dare you to beat it on Easy mode.”
The rogue-like strategic dungeon-defence gampleay remains the same, but the control scheme has been redesigned to suit the controller. This version will also support four player co-op via Xbox Live so there's no need to venture into the darkness of the procedurally-generated dungeons alone. You can get your hands on it from the 16th March.