Today, developer Abrakam announced that its free-to-play card battler Faeria has officially launched on Steam. The game, which entered Early Access in March of 2016, features "living board" gameplay and is designed to be easy to pick up but a challenge to master.
Since the game's first beta launch, the game has been downloaded 500,000 times and, as a result, has already developed a strong esports community -- including the launch of a monthly cup. Faeria currently features over 20 hours of single player content and has recently been updated with the addition of 40 new cards, spectator mode, and more. A full list of features is available on the Faeria site.
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