The game’s award didn’t announce anything crazy but there was one thing that peeped my interest, and that was Century: Age of Ashes!

Century: Age of Ashes, the multiplayer dragon battle game is now available for free! Customize your dragon, dive into the arena, and compete to become a legendary Dragoneer. Burn your enemies and rule the skies!

Intense Arena Battles

Compete in intense online games and discover the fast-paced gameplay of Century : Age of Ashes! Dive into the arena alone or with friends and fight for your survival! Three varied game modes ranging from 3v3 to 6v6v6 await you: Carnage, Survival and Raid.

  • Carnage: A six-versus-six killing spree with special power ups appearing in the arena to unleash hell on your opponents. It’s Team Deathmatch, Dragon riders style!
  • Survival: A Last Team Standing mode where up to 18 players divide into three teams (six-versus-six-versus-six). Respawn is limited and can only be done through ally rescue!
  • Raid: A unique mode in which two teams clash over possession of the flag. Gain points by flying through special gates around the arena while holding the flag!
  • Choose Your Class
    • Experience different play styles with three unique classes, each with their own abilities! Shield and disorient as the Windguard, track and destroy as the Marauder, or stealth and trap as the Phantom. How will you choose your path to victory? Additional classes are planned throughout development.
  • Full Customization
    • Your dragon, your style! Century: Age of Ashes offers carefully designed cosmetic items to stand out in the arena. Gain experience as you play and unlock awesome skins to customize your dragon and its rider! Don’t worry, these items are purely cosmetic and offer no advantage in battle.
  • Free-to-Play
    • Century: Age of Ashes is completely free-to-play. In order to keep the experience fair and equitable, in-game purchases are purely cosmetic. Battles are won by skill and teamwork alone.

I was surprised there wasn’t a lot of buzz around this title. I really do like the concept of having your own dragon and fighting against other players’ dragon. Not to mention that the visuals look great! Now it does look like it’s on rails which I’m slightly concerned about how much control you actually have on your dragon but I guess we’ll have to wait to see huh?

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