Smite’s The Reaping Event Returns And Hi-Rez Is Still Weird
But in a good way.
Once again, Smite’s annual spooky season event, The Reaping, is back and this time it just so happens to tie in with the release of the game’s new scary lady, Cliodhna. The event is included as part of today’s update and will run through November 1st. During that time, players can pick up new skins, free gems, and a variety of other rewards. Of course, there are shop discounts as well, and…because this is Hi-Rez and Titan Forge Games we’re talking about, the event also comes with its very own horror movie-themed trailer, featuring the developer staff. The kind of thing we’ve all come to expect from Hi-Rez. It can be viewed below.
As for the update itself, Cliodhna has finally arrived, along with some creepy skins for herself and her fellow gods. The update also includes some balance changes, notably to the Chinese Joust Map and Conquest. You might notice winter has arrived in the latter, complete with snow and ice. As always, a full rundown of changes is available in the patch notes.
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