One of the most popular mods for Warcraft 3 back in the day was Legion TD, a fantastic tower defence game that was second only to the all-powerful DOTA in terms of popularity. Now, 12 years and over seven years of full development later, standalone sequel Legion TD 2 has launched on Steam.
The popular Warcraft 3 mod Legion TD released around 2009 and inspired both StarCraft II’s Squadron TD and Dota 2’s Legion TD: Reborn – and also possibly autobattlers like Teamfight Tactics and DOTA Underlords. Back in 2016 developer AutoAttack Games – including the same two-person team that made the original, along with a couple of new developers – launched a successful Kickstarter to make a standalone sequel.
After an extended period in early access, Legion TD 2 has finally got its full release on Steam – and it’s been rated ‘Mostly Positive’ from around 2000 reviews. The tower defence title features a single-player campaign alongside PvP multiplayer with 2v2 and 4v4 matches, including eight player parties.
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