Century Age of Ashes feature

Free-to-play multiplayer dragon battle game, Century: Age of Ashes, is now available on Steam

Playwing has announced that its free-to-play multiplayer dragon battle game, Century: Age of Ashes, is now available on Steam. In order to celebrate this announcement, the team has also released the game’s launch trailer that you can find below.

Century: Age of Ashes invites players to become legendary dragon riders and rule the skies with their friends. Players will master a growing roster of classes and dragons, compete in fast-paced 3v3 and 6v6 game modes, gain experience through fights and special challenges, unlock hundreds of epic customizations, and grow baby dragons into fearsome beasts to ride into battle.

Pascal Barret, Playwing Bordeaux Art Director and Studio Manager, said:

“After two successful public betas that allowed us to gather precious feedback from our players, we’re proud to release Century: Age of Ashes. We’re so excited to see fans take to the skies and experience intense dragon to dragon skill-based combat. We promise you, this is only the beginning!

Our launch marks the debut of our “Season 0” with a rolling roadmap of live events and updates. Every month, players will have the opportunity to take part in two main events; each with their own set of rules and themed rewards. These events will also serve as testbeds for potential permanent features, and will be key to the launch of our competitive Season 1 later in 2022. On top of live events, we will roll out regular tentpole updates to introduce core features to the game. For example, we’re working on a fourth Rider class and Dragon species, new maps and a PvE mode. We can’t put a date on these updates yet, but there’ll be plenty more to come so keep your eyes peeled.”

You can download and start playing the game from here.

Have fun!

Century: Age of Ashes | Launch Trailer

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