Smite 2: A Clean Break with a Generous Refund Policy! 💸

The Smite sequel departs from the Overwatch 2 and Counter-Strike 2 approach

Smite 2 won’t have all the original game’s content at launch because it would take an enormous amount of time to transfer all the skins. Instead, the developers are compensating players with money.

🔥 Attention, Smite fans! 🔥 Smite 2 is on its way, and it’s breaking free from the chains of the original game. But before you panic about losing all the content you’ve bought over the years, fear not! Developer Hi-Rez Studios has an amazing plan to compensate you. They’re giving you money back for every single penny you’ve ever spent in Smite. 🎉

🤑 “For every Gem that you’ve ever spent in Smite 1 – free or purchased – you’ll receive a Legacy Gem in Smite 2,” the devs explain in an official FAQ. 📚 These Legacy Gems can be used to pay for 50% of the price of most in-game purchases in Smite 2, including skins, Battle Passes, and events. It’s like having a 50% off coupon, but way cooler! 😎 So basically, you’re getting half of all the money you spent in Smite 1 back in Smite 2. 💰

But that’s not all, folks! If you couldn’t resist the allure of the Smite 2 Founder’s Pack, your Legacy Gems will be DOUBLED! 🎁 Yep, you heard it right. This incentive just became a full refund via in-game currency. The price of the Founder’s Packs hasn’t been announced yet, but if you’ve been generously supporting Smite with your hard-earned cash over the past decade, this deal might be your ticket to virtual heaven! 🎟️

Now, let’s address the elephant in the room. Why is Smite 2 ditching all that glorious content from its predecessor? Well, my fellow gamers, Smite 2 is promising a “multi-generational leap” over the original game. That’s right, we’re moving from Unreal Engine 3 to Unreal Engine 5! 🚀 To achieve this ambitious leap, the developers had to roll up their sleeves and rebuild everything from scratch. And as exciting as a direct skin port would be, it would require a staggering 246 person-years of work! 😱

But never fear, friends! Hi-Rez Studios is committed to making Smite 2 even more amazing than we could ever imagine. By starting anew, they can focus on creating a game that will blow our minds and leave us begging for more. So let’s be grateful for this fresh start and look forward to the wonders that await us in Smite 2. 💪

For now, Smite 1 will continue to operate separately from Smite 2. The first alpha test for Smite 2 is set to take place in spring 2024, so mark your calendars and brace yourselves for an epic journey! 📅

Oh, and in case you didn’t know, Smite is already regarded as one of the best MOBAs out there. Don’t just take my word for it, go and check it out for yourself! 🌟

Q&A: What More Do You Want to Know? 🤔

  1. Q: What exactly is Smite 2?
    • A: Smite 2 is the highly anticipated sequel to the original game, which aims to make a “multi-generational leap” with improved graphics and gameplay.
  2. Q: How do I receive the Legacy Gems in Smite 2?
    • A: For every Gem you’ve ever spent in Smite 1, you’ll receive a Legacy Gem in Smite 2. These Legacy Gems can be used to pay for 50% of most in-game purchases in Smite 2.
  3. Q: What can I use the Legacy Gems for in Smite 2?
    • A: You can use the Legacy Gems to pay for 50% of the price of various in-game purchases, such as skins, Battle Passes, and events in Smite 2.
  4. Q: How do I obtain a full refund via in-game currency in Smite 2?
    • A: If you purchase a Founder’s Pack for Smite 2, your Legacy Gems will be doubled, effectively giving you a full refund through in-game currency.
  5. Q: Will Smite 1 and Smite 2 be the same game?
    • A: No, Smite 2 is a separate game that offers a fresh start and improved features compared to the original Smite. Smite 1 will continue to operate independently.


🎮 Share the excitement about Smite 2 with your fellow gamers! Don’t forget to spread the word on social media and let everyone know about this generous refund policy. Who wouldn’t want to get rewarded for their gaming loyalty? 💪✨

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