Fallen Earth: Day of the Dead Holiday Event Coming Soon

It seems most games worth their salt are having a holiday tie in event for All Hallows Eve and Fallen Earth is no exception. This recently released game is set to kick off its first in game...

It seems most games worth their salt are having a holiday tie in event
for All Hallows Eve and Fallen
Earth

is no exception. This recently released game is set to kick off its
first in game event, Days of the Dead, and we have all the details plus
some exclusive goodness to dispense. The event goes live on October
23rd and features a zombie hunt, special weapons and even a rare item
for players lucky enough to unearth it.

Here is the official event backstory:

About a century ago, an AI
subroutine called TETRAX went a little crazy
and started spewing out deranged clones. People call the clones by all
sorts of names—rotters, diggers, zombies—but people
are calling these
new clones "Infected" because of the nanites they carry that are
potentially damaging to LifeNet facilities and to clones. TETRAX
managed to infect a number of LifeNet facilities throughout the
province, causing them to create more of these Infected before it was
shut down. The infected facilities were believed to be too damaged to
be recovered, so the computers were shut off and the facilities
buried... just in case.

Someone or something has dug up those facilities and turned them
back on. Infected have been pouring out of the places ever since. Not
only are these Infected a menace to any people they encounter, they are
trying to reach other LifeNet facilities. TETRAX has contaminated the
Infected with nanites that can contaminate any LifeNet computers that
they come into contact with, allowing TETRAX to take control of them.
It's up to the people of the Grand Canyon province to stop this menace
before the entire province is overrun with Infected!

And here is more details about
the in game goings on style="font-style: italic;"> from
the official FAQ:

style="margin-bottom: 0.0001pt; font-style: italic;"> style="">Where do I start?
Players can
get starting directions in-game from conversers at each of the mission
hubs,
but some of them can be tricky to find. Type /loc [coordinates] into
the chat
window. For example, using the first set of coordinates, your entry
would be:

style="margin-bottom: 0.0001pt; font-style: italic;"> /loc
3911157
3255036

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Use these
coordinates to find a converser:

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3255036

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3480305

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5143548

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style="margin-bottom: 0.0001pt; font-style: italic;"> style="">What will I learn at a mission hub?

style="margin-bottom: 0.0001pt; font-style: italic;">Mission
hubs
are located nearby some of the barter towns and neutral towns. They
have NPCs
that give players information about the holiday events. They also offer
missions that give rewards to help players complete the missions and
find the
infected pods. These missions are repeatable so that players can
acquire these
items multiple times. 

style="margin-bottom: 0.0001pt; font-style: italic;"> style="">Where do I find my zombie-killing weapon?

style="margin-bottom: 0.0001pt; font-style: italic;">The
Bankers,
a neutral faction, are also offering a special zombie-fighting weapon
for killing
100 Infected. Players get their choice of a signature shotgun, a
sawed-off
shotgun, or a cricket bat. You can only accept this mission once. The
Bankers
are found at:

style="margin-bottom: 0.0001pt; font-style: italic;"> style="font-size: 10pt; line-height: 115%;">Sector
One Locations: Embry
Crossroads, Odenville, Watchtower

style="margin-bottom: 0.0001pt; font-style: italic;"> style="font-size: 10pt; line-height: 115%;">Sector
Two Locations: Sunshine
Corners, New Flagstaff

style="margin-bottom: 0.0001pt; font-style: italic;"> style="font-size: 10pt; line-height: 115%;">Sector
Three Locations: Dieseltown,
Trader's Flat 

style="margin-bottom: 0.0001pt; font-style: italic;"> style="">How can I make scarecrows to attract
zombies so I can kill them?

style="margin-bottom: 0.0001pt; font-style: italic;">Pumpkins
are
needed to create scarecrows for one of the missions. You can buy
pumpkins from
Cooking Merchants or you can seek out one of the scattered pumpkin
patches.
Watch out for the rare drop of the “Pumpkin of Extraordinary
Merit,” which
grants a five percent increase to Strength, Endurance, Coordination,
Dexterity,
Perception and Willpower and a 10 percent increase to your health
regeneration
for one hour. This consumable Pumpkin can be used at any time and is
not
event-bound. It is also tradeable.  

style="margin-bottom: 0.0001pt; font-style: italic;"> style="">Where do I find the “Pumpkin of
Extraordinary Merit?”

style="margin-bottom: 0.0001pt; font-style: italic;">The
“Pumpkin
of Extraordinary Merit” is a rare drop which grants a five
percent increase to
Strength, Endurance, Coordination, Dexterity, Perception and Willpower
and a 10
percent increase to your health regeneration for one hour. This
consumable
Pumpkin can be used at any time and is not event-bound. It is also
tradeable.


And stay tuned to Ten Ton Hammer
for exclusive Trial Keys that will give you 15 days of free game time,
perfect for checking out this event and stomping some zombies.


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