Shape the Battlefield and Launch Epic Attacks in the Exquisite World of Faeria Next Month on Xbox One and Nintendo Switch
Beautifully-Crafted Digital Collectible Strategy Card Game Comes to Consoles August 13th – With a Very Special ‘Thank You’ to Switch Fans!
Baltimore, MD – July 23th, 2020 Indie publisher Versus Evil and developer Abrakam Entertainment are pleased to announce that the digital collectible card and turn-based strategy game Faeria is launching on Xbox One and Nintendo Switch on August 13th at an SRP of $19.99/€19.99/£17.99, with the PlayStation 4 version coming later this year.
In addition, Faeria is launching with full cross-play support. On August 13, players on PC, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch will be going head to head with each other online.
As a special ‘thank you’, Nintendo Switch players will get 5 free DLC packs for the first 30 days, with purchase of the main game. The DLC includes: Premium Edition DLC, All Avatars DLC, All Cardbacks DLC, All Orbs DLC and All Wells DLC. The value of all the DLC purchased together is typically an estimated $46.95/€46.95/£46.95.
Praised for its artistically stunning fantasy universe, Faeria sends you on a challenging quest to face off against adversaries on a unique, living board that changes based on the decisions you make and the cards you play. Craft exciting decks and shape the battlefield to raise mountains, build forests, fill lakes or harness the sands of the desert and engage in epic clashes to outsmart and defeat your opponent.
“Bringing Faeria to consoles with cross-play has been the main focus of Versus Evil since we started working with Abrakam Entertainment,” said Steve Escalante, Versus Evil General Manager. “Faeria continues to be listed with the top CCGs in the market, and bringing this to consoles while supporting play with our PC community is adding to the fun. The Nintendo Switch version will be particularly popular, as Faeria is a perfect fit for the system’s handheld mode and touchscreen. We can’t wait for everyone to enjoy Faeria and are pleased you can play this game on your platform of choice.”
Richard Garfield, creator of Magic the Gathering, enjoyed his time with the game saying “Anyone who is interested in digital card games should absolutely try Faeria.”