Legends of Aria will rebrand its current version as Classic, while relaunching in a new format, with new features, and a closed beta beginning next week.
Citadel Studios, developer of Legends of Aria, has entered a deal to be acquired by NFT games company Blue Monster. The new Blue Monster plans to add NFTs and tokens to LoA as part of an overall "metaversification" of its IPs.
Legends of Aria posted its first development update since December of 2020, cluing fans into what is going on a bit behind the scenes at developer Citadel Studios. The big news? Point Release 11 has been postponed indefinitely, with CS citing loss of "key" members of the MMO's development team.
Point release 11 in Legends of Aria is shaping up to be pretty exciting, as a sneak peak has been posted on the official website detailing a number of new features that players can look forward to. New abilities, lands and heirlooms are expected in this upcoming major update.
This weekend Legends of Aria is opening up the Dark Sorcery DLC known as The Monolith to all players until September 7th at 10:15 AM EST. Paid players will be able to get into the Corrupted Echo Shard event, which is a conjoined event that revolves around the enemies in The Monolith.