Century Age of Ashes is an arena-based game that takes place in the far future between dragons and humans. Players can be part of a two teams, take on one challenge or fight against each other in solo mode. The game has been developed by Zodiac Interactive with support from Epic Games’ Unreal Engine 4.,
The “century: age of ashes release date” is a new game that will be released December 2, 2022. The game has been in development for four years and will feature dragon-riding arena PvP gameplay.
Century: Age of Ashes, Playwing’s multiplayer arena dogfighting game in which players ascend to the sky on the backs of dragons and battle it out online, has been quiet for a while. The game was initially announced in January and has since gone through many beta testing, one of which our Not So Massively writer Tyler participated in. The developers had also said that the game will enter early access in February, but that this would be postponed until April.
Since you would expect, there was no April early access, as the developers revealed in August that the game will move straight from testing to launch, with a November release date planned. Baby dragons were also announced, as well as a new Spoils of War game mode, in which player teams compete to take gold from opposing creatures and real-life opponents. This option looks to have taken the role of the Survival game mode, which was shown off in a gameplay teaser back in March.
What exactly is it? November is nearly over, and there’s still no word on when Century will be released? That’s because the game’s release date has been moved back to Thursday, December 2nd. The game will be free to play at first, but there will be three separate founder’s packs available for individuals who desire more skins, Gems, and XP increases, among other things. In addition, Playwing announced in October that it would arrive next year on consoles and mobile devices, including cross-platform play and cross-progression between PC and console gamers.
The developers performed a gameplay webcast displaying all three of Century’s game modes, which we’ve linked below for anyone who are interested about the entire thing.