— Sunset Legacy (@legacy_sunset) June 23, 2021
As we’ve noted, there are founder packs for the game that include everything from costumes and titles to gametime, plus an optional subscription (Siel’s Aura) that allows abyss point harvesting, gathering skills, and bonus expies. Everyone gets Siel’s Aura for the first week, mind you. We’ll see whether enough western players leap in to move the needle even further on Aion’s revenues than the Korean launch already has.
Aion Classic is officially LIVE!
— Aion (@Aion) June 23, 2021
Aion Classic features:
- Subscription-based Model: As in days of yore, Aion Classic will be subscription based. Players can purchase Siel’s Aura, which unlocks full experience gain, and the ability to acquire useful in-game currency and items.
- Four Player Classes: In Aion Classic, only the original four player classes are available to players – Warrior, Scout, Priest, and Mage. Each class has two unique ascensions.
Level 50 Player Cap: Aion Classic features slower progression, dungeons from days gone, and a return to hunting zones of the past. Take to the skies with wings to explore the massive world of Atreia.
- Aion Classic will have a subscription-based model for players as well as a free to play option. By purchasing Siel’s Aura with real money, players will be able to buy recurring subscriptions of 30 or 90 days. Also available to players is a 3-day pass, for those who wish for a more casual approach. The free option for players is available to everyone, but those players will gain experience slower than subscribers.
Also available beginning today is the Daeva Pass, Aion Classic’s battlepass, which provides extra quests and rewards, and its own premium currency, Quna, which can be used to purchase cosmetic and consumable items, account services, and unlock the premium Daeva Pass tier.