Robot Entertainment's Orcs Must Die! Unchained is heading into its second closed beta phase, and it's providing players with plenty of new ways to slice, dice, and mash orcs into a thick, gooey paste that will liven up any meal.
In response to player feedback, several major changes have been implemented and content added, including:
In addition, Founder's Packs will no longer be available and all player progress will be wiped. Players will retain any gold they've accumulated, with the value of purchases being refunded, as well as any skins they acquired via special offers. You can read the producer's letter here or just skip straight to the patch notes.
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