Shroud of the Avatar’s Vault cash shop is getting an upgrade to… auto-rotate what’s for sale

    
11

Shroud of the Avatar once more has another newsletter, and once again it’s about its cash shop. Specifically, it’s about changes to the Vault section of the cash shop, which will now have an automatically rotating stock of Crown Store items instead of a manually rotating stock.

Nine items will be pulled from a pool and added to the Vault, and the pool itself will be expanded to 400 different items. In addition, Vault items will change out every week instead of every two weeks.

Of course, the Vault wasn’t the only part of the newsletter, as it had its usual community and developer livestream details, login reward information, and other sales and promotions. It’s just the Vault changes were what this newsletter led with as its own headline, and we see no reason not to do the same.

Advertisement

No posts to display

newest oldest most liked
Subscribe to:
Reader
Songs for Children

I’m loving the disinterested, perfunctory tone of the last couple SotA articles. The tone seems to say “we don’t care, but technically this is news, so we’re covering it.” Exactly what this game and its creators deserve.

Relmharver
Reader
Relmharver

Nice to see that they learned their lesson about the focus on the cash shop ruining the game.

kajidourden
Reader
kajidourden

I’m amazed that this game is still going. Like….how?

Reader
Songs for Children

Through a handful of people who support the dev(s) by purchasing what are essentially flipped Unity Store assets.

Reader
Kickstarter Donor
Greaterdivinity

I went through and…what?

Lord of the Isle Ep. 2 Bundles

NOTE: Digital items that are currently available will begin delivery as soon as Release 62 (Jan 31, 2019). Other items will be delivered at a future date TBD.

Odd way of phrasing this line, but whatever, this was more amusing than the “what” was aimed at…

NOTE: Travel costs NOT covered by Catnip Games for Tour & Dinner.

So you shell out $6,999 US dollars and they’re not even covering your travel costs or, apparently, lodging?

I mean, I guess if you have that kinda cash that another $1-2K for travel/lodging costs aren’t gonna break the bank but like…damn.

Reader
Bruno Brito

Why is that Jedi-like character on a medieval game?

Reader
Kickstarter Donor
Greaterdivinity

Because space-fantasy and medieval-fantasy aren’t as far off as one thinks.

I mean, Star Wars did take place “a long time ago” : P

Reader
Bruno Brito

How much for a Jedi on Sota?

Eric E
Reader
Eric E

Don’t forget space, medieval, and SUPER HERO fantasy. You can be an Avenger with a dragon and R2-D2.

Reader
Sleepy

Because the game seems to be a disastrous mish-mash of whatever style the devs think will sell in the cash shop.

Reader
memitim

When I saw the thumbnail I thought MOP had put a SWTOR shot in by mistake…