Playwing has announced that dragon-riding multiplayer game Century: Age of Ashes is finally out on PS4 and PS5. Check out the PlayStation launch trailer.
Previously slated to release in July, the free-to-play multiplayer dragon-riding title finally has a new launch date for PlayStation consoles.
Playwing announced merely hours before the game's previously-announced PlayStation launch date that it's now due out later in the Summer.
The free-to-play title launches on July 19th for PlayStation. PlayStation Plus members can claim a special dragon skin and other rewards for free.
Playwing's free-to-play multiplayer dragon battle game is available on PC and Xbox Series X/S, and will soon launch for additional platforms.
The new map, Valkürian Sanctuary, will arrive when Season 1: A Shadow Over Skeld launches for multiplayer game on June 15.
Other major additions in the upcoming batch include FAR: Changing Tides, Kentucky Route Zero, Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy 13, and more.
Playwing's multiplayer dragon battle game has been out on PC for a little over a couple of months, and will soon be seeing its console debut as well.
Century: Age of Ashes mostly makes up for its same-y maps and boring cosmetics with great modes, gameplay, and progression.
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The free to play multiplayer title sees dragon riders and their mounts competing across various competitive game modes.
Century: Age of Ashes developers speak with GamingBolt about the upcoming dragon battle game.
Here's everything you should know about Playwing's multiplayer dragon combat game.
The console versions will support cross-platform play and cross-progression with the PC version (which is still slated for December 2nd).
Battlefield 2042's new launch date is a bit too close for comfort to Century: Age of Ashes' planned release date, the developer admits.
The free to play competitive multiplayer title will launch into Steam Early Access and features dragon riders battling it out for supremacy.
The high-profile releases are starting to ramp up heading into April.
Is this the dragon battle game we've all been waiting for?