EXOR Studios is pleased to announce X-Morph: Defense now has full Steam Workshop integration. The destructive action tower-defense fusion is available now on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Windows. The first premium DLC, European Assault, will strike first on PC on Monday, March 26th, 2018 for £3.99, with PlayStation 4 and Xbox One releases soon after.
X-Morph: Defense has improved its attack on Steam Workshop with an update to the Schmetterling Level Editor, which is the same tool Exor Studios used to build the game. Players can now easily and intuitively explore their level design skills, then publish their creations direct to the Steam Workshop for other players to download straight into their game: http://steamcommunity.com/games/408410/announcements/detail/1671270837952593693
There is currently a large number of community made levels available for others to use that will enhance the unique tower defense twin- stick shooter gameplay, expanding upon the endless breath of tower-defending rush that can be had in-game.
Head over to the official YouTube channel to view Steam Workshop tutorial videos:
Alongside the addition of Steam Workshop the recently announced Survival Mode receives an update in Open Beta a few days later. Survival Mode consists of 10 free additional adrenaline-pumping levels that challenges players with rapid fire decision making and the need to quickly adapt to the destructible environment in a bid to defend against a never-ending onslaught of incoming enemies.
X-Morph: Defense is a twin-stick shooter, tower- defense hybrid that features massive destruction across fully dynamic environments, and provides a never before seen level of freedom in the tower-defense genre.
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About EXOR Studios™ EXOR Studios is an independent game development company founded in August 2007 and based in Szczecin, Poland. It is known for its work on the popular zombie smashing hit - Zombie Driver and the award-winning and critically acclaimed Source Engine Mod - D.I.P.R.I.P. It is currently developing games using its proprietary Schmetterling engine.