Abrakam announces that Faeria, the game’s battles with cartas, has completed the advance access and already available formally on Steam and for iPad. Since its launch in access anticipated in March 2016, Faeria has evolved and improved up to the release version available with thousands of testers who contributed with more than 40,000 comments.
The approach in making a game that is easy to learn but difficult to master has given rise to more than 500,000 downloads in the beta and the rise of a vibrant esports community. From the launch of its Cup monthly, Faeria has accumulated more than 110,000 hours while them fans and players come to see some of them games more competitive available.
The development just has begun with the launch official, and is added much more content and letters, in addition to functions social and competitive, to expand even more the world of Faeria. From advance access, the development team added experience for a player with more than 20 hours of content, updated user interface, 40 new cards a spectator mode and now a true compatibility between Steam and iPad platforms. The game will also soon be available for Android and Smartphones.