Updated Fri, Aug 30, 2013 by Martuk
If you’re staying home this Labor Day Weekend, you may want to check out some of the many MMORPG events that will net you more loot, XP, and more over the holiday. Lucky for you, I’m a bit too obsessive about writing news, so here’s a list of a few things available this weekend.
Labor Day Weekend also falls during the celebration of Champions Online’s 4th anniversary event. That means that you can log in this weekend for Double XP, Double Questionite, and a multitude of in-game music events and minigames that can net you a variety of prizes.
Dark Age of Camelot
Dark Age of Camelot celebrates the weekend by giving even more incentive to lay waste to opposing factions with the Darkness Falls Weekend. Realm Point, Bounty Point, Experience, and Crafting Bonuses begin today and run through Tuesday, September 3rd.
From today through Monday, you can gain 25% more XP from monsters and 10% more XP from completing quests in Dragon’s Prophet. Additionally, you can also get a discount on a number of items in the Station Marketplace.
Nothing too complicated here, just a good old fashioned double XP weekend running through Monday.
The EverQuest II bonus event serves up double XP through Monday for all crafting, Adventuring, AAs and guild XP.
Legends of Norrath
It’s all double XP from today through Tuesday.
Neverwinter's Summer Festival is currently underway and brings the opportunity to earn various rewards that include cosmetic items, mounts, companions, and rare Sunite weapons through new in-game events. Just pay a visit to Midsummer Priestess in Protector's Enclave to get started.
Vanguard: Saga of Heroes
Vanguard gets a double dose of the good stuff starting today and ending at 11:59pm Pacific on Sunday, September 1, 2013. Double Faction will also be enabled.
Events for Vindictus start today and include several bonus AP events, extra Evil Core & raid events, and a number of discounted item sales in the game’s item shop. Bonus events have scheduled block times that will run for several hours each day through Monday.
And that’s about it for now. Have a safe and happy Labor Day Weekend and enjoy your game time.