Snag A Bunch Of Extra Crystals In The Paladins Weekend Event
This weekend, beginning tomorrow, Evil Mojo is offering Paladins players a chance to earn extra Crystals for their in-game exploits. During the 3-day event, players will be rewarded Crystals for completing four specific activities each day. Each activity earns 10 crystals for a total of 40 a day -- 120 for the whole event.
In order to obtain the max amount of Crystals, you'll need to complete the following activities every day Friday through Sunday.
- Play 2 Games of TDM in a Row to get 10 Crystals
- Play 2 Games of Siege in a Row to get 10 Crystals
- Play 2 Games of Onslaught in a Row to get 10 Crystals
- Play 2 Games of Ranked in a Row to get 10 Crystals
While the event is under way, players also have a chance to win a Night Bane Cassie skin. It will, of course, require following the Paladins account on Twitter.
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