Halloween Events Come To Rocket League, Elder Scrolls Online, And Fallout 76
Ghoulish costumes, galas, and Gotham.
Alright, gang…you know it’s Halloween season and that means just about every multiplayer game out there announcing some sort of spooky event. Since Mike is dead set against me just writing post after post after post of Halloween event announcements, we’re rolling the three we saw today into one round-up for you. Today’s selections are everyone’s favorite car soccer game, Rocket League, and two Bethesda games, Elder Scrolls Online and Fallout 76.
Let’s start with ESO, which sees the return of the Witches Festival. During this annual event, players can take part by heading to the Crown Store and picking up the free quest, “The Witchmother’s Bargain”. Completing this quest will earn the player the Witchmother’s Whistle memento which they can use to summon the “Witchmother’s Cauldron” and transform their character into one of the undead. Players can also earn all kinds of rewards simply for doing what they’d normally do, killing boss monsters. Rewards include pets, recipes, style items, and more. This event kicks off on October 21 and runs until November 2.
Then there’s Rocket League – which has gone all Gotham-y for the season. There’s a new Gotham City rumble mode, Batman-themed items, and even the return of Batmobiles to the shop. The Haunted Hallows Rocket League x DC crossover is already underway for anyone who wants to pick up all the themed goodies.
Finally, we have Fallout 76. On October 19, everyone – including the Scorched – will put on their best costumes and prowl for sweets and Challenge rewards. During the event, players may run into “Spooky Scorched”, which are Scorched that just really have the Halloween spirit – oh yes, and are legendary. Despite their festive look, they’ll still need to be taken down, and doing so will earn players a legendary item, a piece of Mystery Candy, and a Spooky Treat bag filled with stuff. Players are also encouraged to dress up and even decorate their C.A.M.P.s during this time.
In addition to the Halloween event, Fallout 76 is also celebrating Bombs Drop Day on the 23rd. This event honors the day the bombs changed the world in the Fallout universe. It may not seem like something you’d want to celebrate, but the point appears to be that you’re still kicking, and that’s something, isn’t it?
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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.
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