There’s a new campaign live in Dire Wolf Digital’s free-to-play card game, Eternal. Available on three platforms — PC (via Steam), iOS, and Android — The Tale of Horus Traver is the game’s second campaign and adds 16 new single-player bosses “with fun powers” to challenge players and beat them into whimpering submission.
Your reward for overcoming these challenges is 23 brand-new cards, as well as experiencing what a new storyline:
Sickness has fallen across the land of Myria, ravaging its people. When a simple homesteader goes in search of medicine for his family, he sets in motion events that will change his life – and the world – forever.
You can pick up The Tale of Horus Traver in-game by spending 25,000 Gold or 1,000 Gems. More information about the update on the Eternal site.
Eternal is a free-to-play online collectible card video game developed and published by Dire Wolf Digital. If you’re a fan of Hearthstone, but don’t like the extreme reliance on buying cards with real money, you should check out Eternal. I’d describe it as aggressively free to play in that the grind for getting new cards for free isn’t as insane as it is in Hearthstone. The PvE in Eternal is also much more expanded compared to it’s competitors.