Legends of Aria throws a party to celebrate its official launch

    
4

The cat is out of the bag, the MMO is out of early access, and the fun is out of control. With the official launch of Legends of Aria this past week, Citadel Studios is seizing the moment to gain some attention and rouse players to this sandbox world.

That’s a slightly long-winded way of saying: It’s time to party! All weekend through Monday, Legends of Aria is hosting several in-game events. Today, the team is running a Chaos Zone event in the Ruin dungeon, followed by an arena PvP tournament on Sunday, and a house decoration competition on Monday.

“All players will receive a 30 gem bonus upon completing their daily login reward task, ending on the final day of our in-game launch festival on Monday, July 13th,” Citadel said. “In addition, we’ve further expanded on our login rewards to celebrate: Every day that a player logs in through the final day of the festival they will receive one hour of double skill gains.”

4
LEAVE A COMMENT

Please Login to comment
  Subscribe  
newest oldest most liked
Subscribe to:
Reader
Solaris

Have to give them props for delivering what they said they would deliver. LoA is a good MMO. The Legends of Ultima server is very well done. So if you are looking for old school MMO, this is one of the better options out there.

Relmharver
Reader
Relmharver

It’s terrible, and it’s not what they said they’d deliver with private servers when they took people’s money as Shards Online. It’s also not what they said they’d deliver when they promised a PvE experience with limited PvP to sucker people into Steam sales.

Reader
J

I sadly didn’t last long in this title. I like the idea of new games mimicking older titles mechanics wise. I just want them to look and feel like they are from this decade. This game is so close to UO, that you might as well go play UO.

Raleigh-St-Clair
Reader
Raleigh-St-Clair

Agree. You play it and it brings back all the clunkiness and limited gameplay of something like UO and after an hour or two, you’re like… the world has moved on almost a quarter of a century from this stuff. Personally, I wanted more from my MMOs while UO was still a new-ish kid on the block, let alone in 2020! But you’re right, if someone still wants that, OK fine… just play UO.