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Daybreak Reveals Halloween Plans

Posted Oct 03, 2015 by Catherine Daro

Daybreak Reveals Halloween Plans

Daybreak Game Company has revealed the Halloween happenings for several of their titles. More details about each event can be found on the individual game pages and here's a summary.

In EverQuest II, the Marketplace is getting ready for Nights of the Dead! New items are available beginning October 1, and the event will return to Norrath on October 8th. The annual event will feature new illusions, rewards, and a new recipe book for tradeskillers. There are also returning favorite quests and earnable achievements from previous years.

EverQuest introduced new scary, spooky items into the Marketplace today, including items created by Player Studio artists. These items will get you in the spirit before the Nights of the Dead, the returning annual event where you can check in with special festive merchants in the starting cities and find seasonal Heroes’ Forge armor dropping across the world! Nights of the Dead in EQ begins in-game on October 28th.

Over in Landmark, new props and materials will be added to the game in the middle of October to allow builders to get ready for a special Halloween Build-A-Thon and in-game party! Be on the lookout for Halloween Island, a special location just for themed builds. More information about the in-game party will be available later in October.

The Halloween fun has already begun in PlanetSide 2 with Nanite of the Living Dead. These pumpkin spawns will be available until November 10, so make sure you start harvesting those seeds so you can get your hands on special Halloween helmets! There are additional helmets, camos, and weapons available in the Depot.

The Witching Hour returns to DC Universe Online today (October 1 at 4:00PM). Featuring new base items, feats, styles, and a new title, this in-game event allows you to earn special in-game currency called Spooky Bites, which you can use in Skeet’s Boo-tique for tricks, treats, and creepy items for your base or guild hall.

Though it’s always a bit scary to be wandering around in H1Z1, this year the horror will be amped up even more! Stay tuned for complete details about what that means, but in the meantime (if you dare) head into Survival Mode and/or Hardcore Battle Royale and see just how many zombies you can find!

Find out more at the links above.


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