Sky: Children Of The Light Brings Back Its Popular Halloween Event

Tis the season for spooky-themed game content.


Sky: Children Of The Light is joining the many games offering Halloween-themed content as we head towards the end of October. Back by popular demand, Sky's Days of Mischief event runs from October 18 through to November 7, providing players with a handfull of Halloween-themed cosmetics, and a spooky new area to explore.

The Days of Mischief event will open up a secret passage from the Vault of Knowledge to a spooky cave area. The new area includes features like a magic bubbling cauldron, witches brooms that players can ride, Dark Dragons, and a bunch of fun new Halloween-themed spells to transform your characters.

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Players will also be able to dress up their avatars with new spooky cosmetics, including the Mischief Witch Jumper, Mischief Withered Antlers, Mischief Spider Quiff, and Mischief Pumpkin Prop.

Days of Mischief is just a fun sidebar event Thatgamecompany has added for Sky players, with the ambitious Season of Flight continuing as the game's main event. Running through to December 19, the Season of Flight celebrates one of Sky's most thrilling experiences--flying.

Like Sky's other seasons, the Season of Flight comes with a handful of new spirits who have brand-new cosmetics to gift, and new expressions to teach to players. The season also expands Sky's aerial gameplay with the addition of Wind Paths, new routes that connect all of Sky's past seasons and offer a new way to explore the expansive game world.

Sky: Children of the Light is free to download on iOS, Android, and Nintendo Switch.

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