Aura Kingdom 2 is a 3D mobile MMORPG available on Android & iOS platforms. Read on for Aura Kingdom 2 game review – is it worth playing?
Aura Kingdom 2 Review
We have been playing Aura Kingdom 2 for a while now. It starts with manual gameplay where you navigate the character and do some actions. But, as you enter the main gameplay – the chapter mode, you will realize it is another auto-play game where you just touch the quest and watch your character complete it automatically. Although, in some stages, you will be doing the things manually. That’s pretty rare. It features PvE and PvP content. Speaking of PvE, it has chapter mode, dungeon modes, side quests, etc. PvP features arena mode. Also, there are some guild exclusive game modes such as guild war, territory war, guild quests, etc.
F2P Vs P2W Review
From our perspective, Aura Kingdom 2 is a P2W game as one can spend money and get the material items required for upgrading the stuff. You can buy chromatic diamonds with real money and spend in the mall – this is the place where you can buy all sorts of items with the premium currency. For example – mana crystal to improve gear, Eidolon EXP to improve Eidolons, blitz tickets to complete all sorts of quests immediately, gacha tickets, etc.
Being a f2p player, these things are hard to get. You will put a lot of effort into grinding – but those who spend money can easily beat you in the progression. For example – you can buy lots of stuff from the mall that is used in upgrading gears, Eidolons and become powerful. Like all other freemium games out there, progression could be slower for f2p players, while those who spend bucks can advance further easily.
Aura Kingdom 2 gameplay is not interesting at all. It’s kind of like idle MMORPG where you just do the upgrades and watch your main character do the stuff automatically. First, you select the class. It features four classes; Shinobi, Dragoon, Elementalist, and Nymph. Each class with a unique set of abilities and stats. You will proceed through the chapter mode. As of now, it features 14 chapters. Each chapter consists of lots of stages/quests. You can make your character stronger by improving skills, embedding emblem, building talent tree, upgrading mount/wings/costume stuff.
Then you have Eidolons that can be added to the squad to build up more power. You can make upgrades for them too; like leveling, evolving, affinity, equipment, etc. Other than that, you have the equipment to improve to boost character power.
Once you complete a certain chapter, you will unlock the life skills such as fishing, blacksmith, and alchemist. Life skills sound intersting – but they are not. All you do is play a little balancing game. It could be better if you could go fishing in real rather than balancing the fish on a scale meter.
Apart from all the combat stuff, there is a unqiue wedding thing in the game. You will get to propose the friends once you have built a relationship with them. You must be in love to propose; players can reach the “In Love” stage by playing with the friend they want to get married. Or by sending them gifts or greetings. Also, you will need wedding rings. By getting married, you will unlock exclusive emotes, romantic rings, photo album like features.
Aura Kingdom 2 premium in-game currency is the diamond that you can buy with real money and spend on shop for Eidolon gacha, gem gacha, material items, Eidolons, costumes, gacha tickets, etc. In short words, almost all the stuff. The packages start from $0.99 to $99.99. It does not feature any kind of ads. IAPs include diamond purchases and special packages. If you are f2p, you can earn a small number of diamonds every day by completing the quests or achievements.
We would rate it 2/5 stars. Highlights: –
- Graphics are nice
- Gameplay is auto
- Nothing unqiue in gameplay
- Quests have a limit per day, there is nothing to do in the game once you have done all
- It gets boring after a while
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