Immortals Fenyx Rising is having a limited-time crossover with the Netflix series Blood of Zeus. The event started on January 22 and runs through January 28. It has players take on two evil creatures and in return for defeating them get excellent rewards.
The crossover event is titled "A Tribute to Family" and is going to be available to players who finished the "Gods and Monsters" quest. This new event is trackable on the game map and brings players to the Hall of the Gods. There, they get to meet a lone ghost who tasks them to take down Chimera and Cerberus. Beating these two evil monsters rewards players with the Eagle pendant along with customization options inspired by the show.
Players can also buy a new weapon pack that has Blood of Zeus-themed skins for their sword, ax, and even bow. They can also customize their armor, helmet, wings, mount, and Phosphor, with the same theme. This weapon pack is going to be available even after the crossover event.
In Immortals Fenyx Rising, players get the role of a winged demigod Fenyx. As Fenyx, they go on a quest to save the Greek gods and their home. Played through a third-person perspective, the game offers a large open world thats composed of seven unique regions, each inspired by Greek gods.
Immortals Fenyx Rising was released on December 3 and available for PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and Google Stadia. Its also available for next-gen consoles PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S. You can learn more about the game on their official site here.
Meanwhile, Blood of Zeus is an animated TV series released on Netflix last October 27, 2020. The story revolves around Heron, a son of Zeus. While the show is set in a world based on Greek mythology, the main character Heron was created specifically for the show. The first season consisted of eight episodes with a second season already given the go signal by Netflix. According to series creators Charley and Vlas Parlapanides, they project the entire show to consist of five seasons. Learn more about the show here.
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