Eternal Dragons Unveils Inclusive Gameplay and Test Market Launch
Eternal Dragons introduces significant gameplay updates, a test market release, and community engagement, aiming for a more inclusive and dynamic gaming experience.
In a recent announcement, Eternal Dragons has shared its renewed vision for the game, emphasizing inclusivity and fun for mobile gamers. The company's CEO, Alex Arias, has set the direction, ensuring the game aligns with the evolving demands of today's gaming community.
Evolving Game Modes and Gameplay
Eternal Dragons has introduced several updates to enhance the gaming experience. The 'Saga' mode, a significant part of the game, has expanded to 24 levels based on user feedback. This mode offers players a chance to compete against AI adversaries. Additionally, the PvP mode remains a primary arena for players looking for human challenges. The company has also made adjustments to battle animations in the PvP mode, ensuring a smoother experience. However, the Challenge mode has been temporarily removed to focus on refining the Saga and PvP modes.
The gameplay has also seen substantial changes, especially concerning units. Players can now summon three initial units and earn scrolls as rewards, which can be used to summon additional units. These units can be upgraded over time, ensuring they remain crucial for players' success in battles. The game has also introduced 'Support Units' to provide a varied experience for players.
Inventory, Shop, and Battle Enhancements
The player inventory has been revamped to accommodate summoned units and items like scrolls. The shop now offers energy, scrolls, and summons. Players can earn Gems and Eternium through battles in the Saga mode, which can be used to acquire items in the shop.
The battle experience in Eternal Dragons has also been enhanced. A new addition is the 'Energy' resource, which depletes with each battle in the Saga mode from level nine onwards. Players can wait for energy to regenerate or replenish it instantly in the shop using Gems. The battle shop experience has been transformed, with gold now being retained for subsequent rounds and units priced based on their tier.
Eternal Dragons has taken significant steps to improve its game, ensuring it remains relevant and engaging for its community. With these updates, the company aims to provide an inclusive and dynamic gaming experience for all players. The team at Eternal Dragons is keen to gather feedback on these changes and promises more updates in the future. They invite players to be a part of their community and share their thoughts on various platforms.