Albion Online’s Christmas event is better late than never

Hey, why are you taking down those Christmas lights and hauling your browning tree to the curb? There’s still some life left in this holiday yet, even if it is technically over! Just look at Albion Online, which kicked off its Breath of Winter event today to keep players occupied during the rest of the month.

During this event, players can go on a “good deeds” quest chain to help the little NPCs of the realm and earn an essential item that will allow the creation of a Yule Ram mount.

There’s also an Icy Battleground for PvP, a quest to help Father Frost, and an extra-wintry version of the Three Sisters Expedition. Plenty of rewards await those who participate, including fancy winter finery, Christmas trees, and a placeable present chest.

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William Wyrick

Oh man better be an easy reward to get given if you’re in the pvp zone people can murder your mount and it’s gone forever!! or at least that’s how it was when I played awhile back.

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Dug From The Earth

Still waiting for a free trail of this game before I spend any money on it.

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Armsbend

“EVENT IS BETTER LATE THAN NEVER”

It’s really not. If you can’t get something out on time just don’t do it. I think it makes the entire team either seems 1) lazy 2) really stupid or 3) both.

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Tizmah

Its like that infamous quote from the Mighty Number 9 Dev…”It’s better than nothing.” Nothing is better sometimes.

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Armsbend

I would have shelved it for a better Christmas event next year. Most developers are moving on towards the asian moon/spring festivals but here it’s father Christmas again.

I know at my house no decoration lasts past December 31st. Anything past that then you are a lazy neighbor. Same in video games.

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Jaymes Buckman

Ehh. For all the buildup, Christmas vanishes rather fast. That’s part of what makes Wintereenmas so grand. I favour this.

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