As of today Faeria, the strategy card game featuring a living board, is now free-to-play. This marks a major milestone in the lifetime of this successfully kickstarted game that has also evolved into a competitive eSports title with monthly tournaments and prize pots.
Faeria is now free-to-play: Following a successful kickstarter campaign, it became clear to Abrakam, the developers of Faeria, that there was a lot of potential for the game to grow beyond the niche game they once thought it might be. As such the decision was made to remove the barrier to entry and open their doors for everyone to enjoy.
An expanded single player experience: Alongside the move to F2P, update 0.8 brings the first new single player content since the game’s early access launch in March, including the introduction of puzzles for the first time. Players will be able to battle a variety of AI opponents providing a more fleshed out and engaging single player experience. This new content also feeds into the idea of removing the barrier to entry as new players can learn how to play Faeria, whilst making it an exciting way to master more complex strategies – and there’s plenty more single player content slated for the coming months.
Other changes and the mobile roll-out: Other changes coming to Faeria as part of the update include new visual effects, new languages, new card layouts and a raft of other smaller improvements. A private alpha test for the iOS tablet version of game is now also live as the first stage in development for mobile platforms begins, with further mobile platforms being announced later this year.