Eternal Announced For Xbox One

By Lucy Wood, 12 days ago
Dire Wolf Digital has announced that free-to-play strategy card game Eternal will be released on Xbox One later this month, bringing console players into an established cross-platform community. The game is already available on Steam, iOS and Android with an eSports scene including monthly cash tournaments leading up to a $100,000 World Championship next spring.

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Eternal is set in a universe encompassing both guns and sorcery, where heroes battle for control of the Eternal Throne. The developer describes the gameplay as fast-paced with rich tactical depth, with both single-player content and online PvP. Players can acquire all cards without spending any money, and combine them freely in custom decks. Cosmetic items are available via microtransactions, but they have no impact on gameplay.

Eternal will be released on Xbox One during November, but the launch date hasn't yet been announced.

We don't have them yet, but we'll publish a story as soon as we pick up the Eternal achievements.
Lucy Wood
Written by Lucy Wood
Lucy wasted her youth in the pursuit of music, art and stories. Eventually she discovered that video games combine all three with shooting and exploding stuff and a gamer was born.