While free, the French MOCA (Multiplayer Online Chess Arena) unveils its 2.0 update with improvements in gameplay and game modes.
Like several games recently and before it (notably PUBG), Noara: The Conspiracy has just gone free for everyone. The turn-based strategy game is now free-to-play on Steam.
The title of Atypique Studio considers to pass a new stage in its development but emphasizes wanting to “avoid any form of pay to win”. The ambition is to adapt to a competitive market by reaching a wider audience while meeting strong demand from players, explains studio boss Jérémy Filali.
For the occasion, Noara: The Conspiracy releases a major 2.0 update which improves the gaming experience and introduces the ingame store with cosmetics. Of course, it’s free-to-play, we tell you. The game also introduces a new gameplay mechanic called “Tactical Advantage”.: it allows you to choose bonuses that change with each game.
You can read the patch note here and watch it all in moving images below:
Note that those who already have a purchased game, you will have in return Founder’s Pack content with:
- An exclusive appearance of King Akuyandi
- An exclusive in-game portrait
- 3500 Sarme coins, worth 20€, the currency used in the in-game shop