Artifact, il pre-order è disponibile: ecco i dettagli!WhatsApp
Come molti di voi sicuramente sapranno il titolo di Valve “Artifact” sbarcherà ufficialmente su Steam il prossimo 28 Novembre e grazie ad un nuovo annuncio pubblicato sul sito playartifact è stato possibile conoscere i dettagli del pre-order ed altre caratteristiche del gioco.
Il pre-acquisto è infatti disponibile da oggi, e comprende 10 bustine di carte, 5 “biglietti evento” e due starter decks: il Red/Green Brawler ed il Blue/Black Control.
Per quanto riguarda le bustine, queste conterranno 20 carte casuali e tra queste almeno una rara o superiore, 2 items ed un eroe; soffermandoci invece sui biglietti evento, Valve ha spiegato che questi serviranno per accedere a competizioni con soldi in palio (il ticket si potranno comprare in bundle da 5 pezzi ognuno e costeranno poco meno di 5 Dollari).
Interessante anche il dettaglio sui tornei dato che sarà possibile per ogni giocatore creare un evento competitivo e fin dal primo istante del rilascio di Artifact.
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Along with tomorrow’s Beyond The Summit Preview Tournament we’ll be opening Artifact pre-orders on Steam! We’ve been combing the community for questions about everything that’s available at launch and now have a handy FAQ. Enjoy the tournament coverage on Steam.tv and keep posting your questions!
Q. What game modes are available at launch?
There are many ways to play Artifact.
Some modes require you to construct a deck from the cards that you own. You can play these constructed modes against other players in Gauntlets, user-created tournaments, or casual one-off matches. When you play against bots you can give the bot any deck – even one built with cards you don’t own.
There are also game modes that can be played regardless of which cards you personally own. You can challenge a friend and borrow any deck that they share from their collection. A special launch event will feature access to powerful pre-constructed theme decks for playing against bots and other players (a great way to explore the cards and mechanics of the launch set). There are also draft modes where you compete with other players in selecting cards from a series of booster packs. At launch, draft will be offered as Gauntlets with prizes and entry fees.
Q. What’s in a card pack?
You receive 10 packs of cards with your initial purchase of the game. Each pack contains twelve random cards from the Call to Arms set, including one hero, two items, and at least one card of the highest rarity. Additional packs can be purchased for $1.99.
Q. What other ways can I get cards besides opening packs?
Players can buy and sell individual cards via the Community Market. Groups of cards can be bought and sold on the Marketplace in a single transaction using the in-game Collection interface. See this link for more information on the Market.
Q. Will there be other ways to transfer ownership of cards besides the Community Market?
Not at launch.
Q. What is a Gauntlet?
Gauntlets challenge players to win a number of online matches before being knocked out due to losses. For example: “Win 5 games before you lose 2.” Some Gauntlets reward tickets and packs as prizes based on how many wins you achieve. These prize-granting Gauntlets require event tickets to enter.
Q. What are event tickets?
Event tickets are used to enter events that can reward prizes. Event tickets are sold in bundles of five for $4.95.
Q. What types of Gauntlets are available?
At launch there will be Gauntlets for constructed play (bring your own cards), phantom draft (keep the prizes, but not the drafted cards), and keeper draft (keep the prizes and drafted cards). Other Gauntlet modes will be available after launch.
Q. Who can host a tournament? Who can join?
Anyone can host a tournament! When you create a tournament, you can choose to invite individual friends or share an open public invitation. At launch, user-created tournaments don’t support prizes or entry fees.
Q. What types of custom tournaments can I make?
At launch, Swiss and single-elimination formats are supported in a huge variety of configurations. You can also choose what types of cards are allowed. For example, you can create a commons-only constructed tournament, or a tournament where all participants use the Call to Arms pre-constructed theme decks.