Faeria Offering Free Weekend On Steam - After Ditching F2P Model Last Year
Since Faeria went buy-to-play it only makes sense that it will need to do the same things B2P games do to attract players. Hilariously, that includes... spending time doing free-to-play weekends to hook people back in.
Of course, that also means offering some discounts on the game for those who want to play it past the free-to-play promotion. So, the developers are offering a 50% to 65% discount on the game and its packs. If you haven't bought the game before, you can pick the main game up for $12.50. Each of the packs can be purchased for $5.60, except the Puzzle Pack elements which will be $2.45.
Apparently, if you buy the Bundle, you'll be able to snag it for $28.56.
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