NCSoft has announced Aion will go free-to-play in North America this spring. To be re-branded as Aion: Ascension in the region, as with Europe, the new business model will allow folks to download the entire game for free along with two major expansions. The new model will launch alongside update 3.0 which will include new additions to the housing system, mounts, some new content and a level cap increase. The closed beta for the European version of free-to-play just closed and the game is set to be relaunched this month.
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