Legends of Aria, the MMORPG where players write their own stories will officially be released on Steam on August 6th. The Early Access Steam launch will bring a variety of new updates including a Bard skill-line.
Legends of Aria is a living breathing world defined and shaped by its player community. It is a world of dangers where bonds are forged — and broken — by players writing their own stories. The team at Citadel Studios has been hard at work responding to player feedback, and have crafted a version of Aria that is able to be enjoyed by those who wish to live the quiet life and those who want to go rogue and hunt down their fellow adventurers. Much of the game world is now safe from the harsh life of open PVP, but lawless regions still exist – and in those areas, anything goes. You might uncover untold treasures out there, but are you willing to take the risk?
“Not only have we added a new playable skillset in the Bard and a whole new armor and weapon enchanting system to make the crafters in our community even more important, but we’re making the world of Aria a much friendlier place to live,” said Derek Brinkmann, CEO. “We’re ecstatic to finally be launching Legends of Aria on Steam after so much hard work and love were poured into the game. We cannot wait for MMO players of all sorts to join us on our journey.”
In addition to the Bard skill-line, players can do the guided experience in the Profession System from newbie to Grandmaster, a new weapon and armor enchanting system has been added, new rulesets for PvP experiences, a fresh foot server where everyone begins at the same point on launch, an optional premium service, new cosmetic options in the in-game store, and many quality of life improvements.
Legends of Aria will be released on August 6th, 2019. For more information, visit the game’s Steam page.
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