Dauntless Easter Event Gives Players More Free-To-Play Fun

Published: April 9, 2020 4:20 PM /


Dauntless Easter event cover

Dauntless Easter event has arrived as part of the game's latest patch, bringing players even more free-to-play fun to enjoy while we're all locked down at home.

If you haven't been keeping up with Dauntless, you've missed out on a steady stream of updates ever since it was released. A brand-new Dauntless update has arrived, and this one is bringing with a super-cool Easter event: Springtide is here.

How Does the Dauntless Easter Event Work?

The patch notes for the Dauntless 1.21 Update explain things pretty simply. Here's what you do in Springtide:

Round 1: Hunt for eggs around the island.
Round 2: Herd pufflehops into their pen.
Round 3: Fend off the styxian attack!

Once you've successfully completed the three rounds, you'll earn some Carrot Chips depending on how well you've done. You can also earn 50 Carrot Chips by finishing any other kind of hunt.

As you rack up the Carrot Chips, you'll be able to spend them in the Springtide shop to get some special seasonally-themed cosmetics, emotes, and more!

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What Else Has Arrived in the Dauntless 1.21 Update?

Springtide is the centerpiece of this newest update, but that's not all that's arrived. For example, water and grass have received a bit of an overhaul in the game to make it look just a little bit prettier.

Other quality of life fixes have also arrived. The default action for the radial menu in a hunt is now automatically set to the flare and a Mastery Card has been added for the Firestorm Prism.

Finally, Escalation will now give players additional Hunt Pas XP. Playing through Escalation 1–13 will give you 5 more XP and playing through 10– will give you 10 more XP.

Aside from the addition of the Dauntless Easter event, there have also been a whole bunch of bug fixes; you can read about all of them in the Dauntless 1.21 Update patch notes. If you haven't yet tried this game out, you can do so for free at playdauntless.com.

Do you think the Springtide event in Dauntless looks fun? What new content do you hope to see next? Let us know in the comments below!

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Phoenix Labs
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Release Date
December 31, 1969 (Calendar)
Action RPG