Special events are scheduled for Anno Online and The Settlers Online as Ubisoft celebrates Easter, the holiday of the sacred chocolate egg hiding bunny rabbit. Easter Eggs are dotted all over the land.
There are also special Easter-themed buildings to be unlocked. The Easter Event begins today and runs until April 29th for Anno Online. The Raving Rabbids Statue returns for The Settlers.
"...three new main quest chains that reward players with Easter XP and Easter eggs are now available. Easter eggs can be exchanged for special Easter buildings including a Hen house and a Barn. There is also a new Easter Treasure Hunter ship that has better stats than the Treasure Hunter ship and can be purchased with eggs," announce Ubisoft.
"Goods can be used to produce the Easter buff, which is needed to solve Social Quests which gives players new achievements. There are more than 10 new achievements players can collect and more hidden achievements are planned. With these new decorative buildings players can turn their island into an Easter paradise."
Of course you might be too busy hunting your own Easter Eggs, but Ubisoft have you covered just in case. The Raving Rabbids Statue returns which changes all animals into the "boisterous yet endearing Rabbids" for the holiday.
"This year, users will undertake twenty quest chains including eight adventures in order to collect as many Easter Eggs as possible to trade and exchange them in the warehouse. A new combat adventure will be introduced, it will grant eggs to players thanks to the Easter Egg map. During the event collectible items will also appear all over the island to be processed into eggs in the Mayor House. Users can also spawn eggs on their friends’ island to expand the Easter Egg Hunt."
"Meanwhile, the special adventure called “Garrun the Trapper” makes it a life-goal to sabotage Easter. Specialists might just be the answer for such a trouble: the team widens to welcome a new member, the Master of Martials Arts, who makes critical damages when used as a unit in combat."
Bothand and free-to-play from Blue Byte.
Ubisoft celebrate Easter with Anno and The Settlers Online
15 April 2014 | By Simon Priest