For Honor Returns to the Otherworld

By Rebecca Smith, 3 months ago
Pumpkins, fake cobwebs and all kinds of spooky trimmings are everywhere right now. For most people, they'll be taken down in a week, but in some places the festivities are lasting a bit longer. For Honor is one of those places, because their Return to the Otherworld event is running a full week into November. During that time, players will be able to take on the Endless March game mode, take part in Arcade Weekly Quests, and earned themed loot.

Endless March is a variation of 4v4 Dominion. Soldiers have been replaced by skeletons that deal large amounts of damage. Killing both soldiers and enemy players will grant permanent points, so these will need to be your focus when conquering zones only give temporary points. To win you need to reach 1,000 points and defeat all four players on the opposite team.

The first Arcade Weekly Quest pits players against skeletons and shamans, Those who are victorious will get "exclusive cosmetic rewards". There will be a variety of "lootable Halloween-themed cosmetic items, weapons and a new Moonlight Sonata effect" throughout the event, as well as new Mask Outfits available at just 15,000 Steel for the first week of the event, the price rising from that point on. The lootable items can be found in Arcade Mode too.

Finally, there will also be faction-based community orders rotated throughout the event. Players who belong to the first faction to complete the order will be rewarded with 1,000 Steel and two crates. Those in second place get 500 Steel and one crate, while the third place faction gets 500 Steel. Have a quick look at the event in action in the trailer below.

Return to the Otherworld will be running until November 8th, so if you want any of the limited time items, you'll want to get involved sooner rather than later.

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Rebecca Smith
Written by Rebecca Smith
Rebecca is the Newshound Manager at TrueGaming Network. She has been contributing articles since 2010, especially those that involve intimidatingly long lists. When not writing news, she works in an independent game shop so that she can spend all day talking about games too. She'll occasionally go outside.