Valve has officially brought Steam Workshop support to the beloved co-op orc-slaying sequel Orcs Must Die 2.
If you’re the kind of orc-slayer who feels their traps and weapons could use a customized touch, fear not as Valve has officially brought Steam Workshop support to Robot Entertainment’s smash-hit sequel Orcs Must Die 2.
Roughly a year after the zany tower defense co-op game first showed up on Steam, players can now design and share their own custom weapons and traps, which are modified from existing in-game items, and share them with the Steam community. More ambitious creators can also whip up and share their own custom onslaught levels by modifying which creatures appear and how they behave.
And to make sure people have even *more* incentive to dive back in and try out some player-created content, Valve and Robot Entertainment have also revealed that the recently launched Steam Trading Cards will also be coming to Orcs Must Die 2 soon (sadly they couldn’t give a specific date at this time).
So whether you’re already an expert in orc-slaying or you’ve never felt the rush of your first perfectly-placed trap, now’s as great a time as ever to take Orcs Must Die 2 for a spin.