Spellsworn is out of Early Access
offering the official launch of this Windows and macOS MOBA. This is marked by
the release of new content as well as the promised transition to a free-to-play
model. "We drew inspiration from the WarCraft 3 custom mod, Warlocks, taking the
fighting element of the game and building the whole Spellsworn experience around
it," said Stefan Jonsson, CEO of Frogsong Studios. "It will appeal to those
players who like quick skill-based fighting matches without the hassle of
managing the economic side of the game. So jump into the Spellsworn arena and
brawl away!" You can get a look at the game in action in
this release trailer,
and here are more details:
Along with the free to play launch, developers
have released new content, including three new spells and over 10 cosmetic
items. Plus, for the next seven days players can enjoy a x2 drop chance as part
of the increased loot drop event. New players will soon be able to purchase the
Collectorís Edition in order to get two Legendary Skins and two Legendary
Staffs, while Early Access supporters will automatically get the Collectorís
Edition and the Founderís Edition, containing two additional Legendary items,
exclusive to pre-launch players. Also, this weekend (March 18th) players can
participate in a 2v2 tournament on Overpowered Noobs to win special prizes.
http://opnoobs.com/e4i/spellsworn for more information.
In Spellsworn, players rely upon tactics and quick reflexes to outsmart and
obliterate opponents, using a well thought out combination of spells across
different disciplines. Players battle it out in teams or free-for-all over
intense five-round matches for up to eight players. Between each round, the
magic arsenal can be customized by trading or upgrading spells to switch up
strategy and mess with the minds of rival wizards. The magic mayhem reaches
another level once the hazardous environment begins wreaking havoc on the
playable field, causing damage over time to each player pushed off of the arena.
With an ever-changing environment that poses as much of a threat as the enemy,
adaptation is just as important as a quick hand and mind.