Aion has been one of NC's (Formerly NCSoft) few games that have been around for more than a decade. With limited updates over the past year, the Producer's Letter has graced us at a time where new updates have just rolled out for both Aion and Aion Classic. The Producers, Min Lee and Wesley White talk a little about what's still coming to the game, as well as indicating that they have been making positive changes to contend with a lower stream of players.
AION European players can gear up for Update 8.0 launching today bringing about an increased level cap, new legendary transformation, and more.
Aion Classic launched last week and since then has seen players rush the servers to experience the MMO the way it was (mostly) when it first launched in 2009. Garrick took a stroll down nostalgia's cobblestone steps to see just how the MMO holds up in 2021. Here is our review in progress.
AION Classic has been out for one day, and despite that it seems as though NCSoft will have its hands full trying to assure current players that its monetization model doesn't inspire pay-to-win comparisons. This is due to the way its currently being handled, especially as players can spend money for in-game items to then sell for in-game currency.