Aether Games Teases New Features for 2023-2024
Some of the new features teased by Aether Games to be coming to their trading card game during the 2023-2024 period include achievements, card rentals, custom seasonal battle passes, new assets and more.
Aether Games is working on delivering a host of new updates for their blockchain trading card game, Aether TCG (previously known as Cards of Ethernity).
A Recap of Autumn Events
In the announcement revealing new features for the period of 2023-2024, the team also looks back at all that’s happened during this autumn so far, thanking the community for taking part in making this season “a truly spectacular display of both Esports and Trading capabilities.”
The studio notes that some of the things that made this season great included the $10k professional Esports tournament, accumulated trading rewards, the launch of P2P card trades and exchanges, testing out core features for “True Asset Ownership,” and the implementation of the multi-stage battle pass.
What’s Up Next?
Looking ahead, the team is planning various new updates to their blockchain title, set to be released during the remainder of 2023 and in 2024. One of the features planned to be introduced include custom seasonal battle passes, with each set to be different and contain unique rewards. Another addition includes an upgrade to the Aether Altar by incorporating “Card Sacrifices and Blood Shard rewards.” Those who enjoy hunting achievements in games will be delighted to hear that this Web3 title is too getting achievements, alongside new assets, minor DLCs, expansion packs, and bundles. Card rentals are also planned, and so are daily, weekly and monthly automated Esports leagues.
These are some of the features in store for the game’s future, which the post states has been “barely possible” to work on while doing public early access tests and keeping “compliant with certain aspects of live client service.” In order to prevent certain players from abusing new features to gain an unfair advantage, it seems that the team will from now on look to limit some features to a “select few who gained our trust” and are providing valuable feedback.