Everseed Transitions to Closed Alpha Stage, Introducing Innovative Features
Everseed, a unique tower-defense based game, has moved from the demo stage to the first closed alpha stage, introducing a new Companion option, improved interface, randomized maps, seasonal progression, and in-game currencies.
Everseed's Leap to Closed Alpha
Everseed, a game that has captivated players with its unique tower-defence mechanics, has made a significant leap forward. The game has transitioned from the demo stage to the first closed alpha stage, introducing a plethora of new features and improvements. This transition marks a major milestone in Everseed's development, bringing a fresh and enhanced gaming experience to its players.
The closed alpha release introduces a new Companion option, the Shadow Lynx, which excels in the dark parts of the map and can scare nearby enemies into retreating. The game developers plan to add a new Companion or Battle Plant every two weeks, keeping the gameplay dynamic and engaging.
Introducing Alphaventures and Prosperity Rewards
One of the most significant additions in the closed alpha release is the introduction of Alphaventures. These are semi-random maps of varying difficulty levels that players can access by purchasing Map items. Players receive one free Map per day for each difficulty level, and additional maps can be purchased with Glint, a reward currency earned from completing adventures.
Along with Alphaventures, the game introduces Prosperity, a reward system that feeds into a battle pass-style progression system. This system offers various rewards and resets every season, adding another layer of excitement and challenge to the game.
The transition of Everseed to the closed alpha stage marks a significant step in the game's development. With the introduction of new features and improvements, the game promises an enhanced and more engaging experience for its players. As Everseed continues to evolve, it remains a game to watch in the tower-defence gaming landscape.