New World Is Getting Halloween Costumes

You can dress up both your character and your house for Halloween this year in New World.

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While Amazon's popular MMO New World won't be running a full event for Halloween, it is at least giving players a chance to dress up for the occasion. A handful of new Halloween-themed costumes have been added to the in-game store for the season, as well as new weapon skins and magical housing decor.

One of the new items will be dropping for free--the Scapegrace Jack's Happy Lantern, a house decoration which can be redeemed in the in-game store until November 15. All the rest of the items are purchaseable with Marks of Fortune, New World's premium currency that must be purchased with real-world money.

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The armor skins include the dapper Bloodthirsty Count, the mummy-like Shroud of the Pharoah, which both sell for 14,000 Marks, and the skull-masked Skeletal Chevalier which is a bit pricier at 16,000 Marks. Each costume includes a full set of skins that can be applied seperately to various garments or all together as a set.

The weapon skins include the Frankenstein Hammer, the Skeletal Rapier, the Crimson Bloodlock, the Black Widow Staff, and the Pharoah's Curse great axe. A number of masks are also due to be added to the store on October 26--you can view all the new cosmetics and their prices at the store update page here.

The new housing items include multiple versions of a traditional jack-o-lantern, witchy items like an enchanted broom and a bubbling cauldron, and spooky details such as a haunted candelabra and a stolen gravestone.

All of the new store items are available now, except for the masks, and all items will be available until November 15.

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