Nova Blitz’s Early Access is finally over and the game made a move towards a more serious spot. The game is now finally launched as it joins the pool of card games that are currently available on the market. Nova Blitz should increase its player’s pool and you should also expect and see a lot more players currently in-game. I mean, the game hasn’t got a lot of active players, even if the game comes for free. The lack of people might result in shutting down this project.
Nova Blitz is a free to play real-time card game ruled by five Aspects of Energy: Arcane, Tech, Divine, Nature and Chaos.
Just as any card game out there, you can challenge and duel your opponents in real time with simultaneous card moves, hoping for the best outcome. As Dragon Foundry stated, this is the time where the real work starts. Pushing updates and fixing numerous of bugs is what the developers aim to do.
However, comparing this game to all the card games out there, it seems like this game lacks what’s so called competitivity and a good explanatory gameplay. Nova Blitz is launched on July 11, while it gets rid of the Early Access tag and seeks for what’s so called popularity and player engagement. Seeking for players might be a tough task to success, but that’s what Dragon Foundry and Hashbang Games should do at this very moment.