The holiday spirit has taken over at Trion Worlds and it’s spilling into their games. We’ve already told you about Fae Yule returning to RIFT, but players of the company’s other games also have festive activities to look forward to. ArcheAge, Atlas Reactor, Defiance, and Trove all have something going on in celebration of the holidays. The festivities include login rewards, sales, and in-game events.

The breakdown is as follows:


  • Log in to Win: Log into ArcheAge between now and January 4 to be entered to win one of three prizes. Each log in counts as an entry.
    • Grand Prize (3 Winners): Enoan Galleon
    • Second Prize (5 Winners): Growling Yawl Design
    • Third Prize (10 Winners): Seawhip Speedboat Design
    • Patron Sale: From now until January 4, players can purchase a full year Archeage Patron subscription for $99 (25% off).

Atlas Reactor


  • Log in to Win: Log into Defiance between now and January 4 to be entered to win Jackpots from the game’s past Bargain Boxes. One winner will be selected per platform on PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. Each log in counts as another entry.
  • Solstice Strike: Battle with the Volge and hunt down the Abominable Warmaster in special summoned Major Arkfalls in the seasonal Solstice Strike event.


  • Log in to Win: Log into Trove between now and January 4 to be entered to win Yabaki, the Cast Shadow, with three winners chosen for each platform on PC/Mac, Xbox One and PlayStation 4. Each log in counts as another entry.
  • Snowfest Event: Between December 19 to January 2, obtain a new ally — the Angry Poop — and the new Blizzard Behe-Moth mount by completing an 8-step quest chain. Doctor Darknik and his Snowfest Mimics have also made a return to wreak havoc in dungeons. In addition, you can complete Snowfest Lairs and Snowfest Dungeons for a chance to earn Subzero Snowflakes used to craft special holiday mounts.

More information on each of the events can be found on the the appropriate game sites.

QuintLyn is a long-time lover of all things video game related will happily talk about them to anyone that will listen. She began writing about games for various hobby sites a little over ten years ago and has taken on various roles in the games community. For the past five years she's been a writer at Gamebreaker TV.


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