October 20th, 2022 at 1:00 p.m. by Matthias Brückle – Matching the big update Sulfur Sand Desert in New World, the developers are now giving away a chic outfit for your heroes in Aeternum. This captivates with a look that has not yet existed in the game.
Matching the release of the sulfur sand desert in New World, the developers at Amazon Games are digging deep into the gift bag and giving you a special armor look. Because in the New World shop you have until November 21, 2022 to pick up the free skin for an armor set. This looks perfect for your adventures in the new area Sulfur Sands – and a must for fans of antiquity.
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Free in New World: Roman Vexillarius armor
They are known as cannon fodder from Asterix & Obelix, but historically they have practically overrun the world: With the Vexillarius skin you can fight in New World (buy now €39.99) as a legionnaire against your brothers who have been corrupted by the corruption as remnants of the 19th Legion stalk the Sulfur Sands. You can get the skin very easily: just go to the shop in the game and you will find the gift directly on the start page of the offers. You can get the outfit for free until November 21, 2022. It is currently not known how expensive the skin package will be afterwards – so better get it now!
The Roman Vexillarius cosmetic armor set is free in the New World store until November 21, 2022. Source: buffed
The Vexillarius set is a must, especially for friends of authentic and down-to-earth armor. After all, it doesn’t have three spikes, monstrous shapes, plastic look and circus design – you just have a realistic outfit of a Roman Empire soldier. Are you also a fan of such “simple” designs? Or do you also prefer fantastic clothes in a fantasy game that you have never actually worn? Write us in the comments!