Aion Free-to-Play celebrates 2 years anniversary

Aion 2 years Anniversary
 
On 28th February, Aion will celebrate 2 years since it switched to free-to-play model. To mark this anniversary, official Aion page published following:

The population of Atreia has taken lessons during the switch and can now speak Spanish, Italian, Polish and Turkish alongside English, French and German. Update 4.0 strengthened the squad of heroes with two new classes; the Artist (with “Bard” specialisation) as well as the Engineer (with “Gunner” specialisation) joined the character selection.
But there has also been plenty going on over on the Balaur side. Dragon Lord Tiamat thirsted for power, yet failed miserably thanks to you and the other brave Daeva. The successor came in the form of Lord Beritra who now has to be stopped. There’s plenty more to come in the future too, Daeva…

Official Aion page also used this opportunity to announce release date for Update 4.5, which will come out on 9th April 2014 on the European Servers. You can find patchnotes here.
 

There will also be numerous other special giveaways and events:

Boost events
 
For the occasion of the anniversary, there’s some great boosts from 26th February to 5th March 2014:
 
+ 50% AP
+ 50% EP
+ 50% drop chance
– 50% AP loss
 
In-game event
 
Treats for all! Between the 3rd and 7th March 2014, the Game Masters will be visiting the servers and presenting you with tasty transformation sweets. Just what will you transform into?
 
Additional AION Coins
 
To celebrate our 2nd anniversary, we are gifting you additional Coins when topping up your premium currency in the AION shop on the 28th February 2014!
 
Daeva Special:
Top up between midday and midnight on 28th February and you will receive 35% more AION Coins.
 
Offer for new shop customers:
Top up for the first time ever between midday and midnight on 28th February and you will receive 50% more AION Coins.
 
Don’t miss this fantastic opportunity!

In the end, Aion statistics for the period that’s behind us:
 
AION Statistics


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