The Halloween events are starting to arrive. And in a special event called Pumpkin Hunt, Boss Fighters players have a chance to earn two, new, Halloween themed skins. The task is pretty easy. Just play the game and destroy the pumpkins you see in-game!
Beginning on Friday, October 20th, Boss Fighters players will have a chance to play and earn special Halloween themed skins simply by destroying pumpkins you see in-game!
Two skins are up for grabs, one a Boss skin, and the other a skin for the Striker weapon. In order to qualify, players must destroy at least 30 pumpkins as Boss or Fighter (or both). These skins will not be sold by the Boss Fighters team. The only way to acquire them is by participating in this event.
You’ll have two weekends to earn these new skins. From October 22nd to the 24th, and from October 27th to 29th. Playtimes begin at 1pm on Friday, and run through 11pm on Sunday for both weekends.
Boss Fighters is free to play, and downloadable through Steam or you can download it directly from the website.
What is Boss Fighters?
Boss Fighters is an asynchronous, arena combat game that pits a team of players against one other player as The Boss – a giant enemy that can smash apart buildings, shoot lasers, and even rip the giant hot dog off from the top of the restaurant and hurl it at the puny humans! The Fighter players have guns, rockets, grappling hooks, sticky bombs, and other weapon and gear options to assist in their fight battle the Boss.
Boss Fighters is free to play. And those who have no interest in blockchain or NFTs can still play and earn in-game rewards. Boss Fighters includes digital assets and NFTs, but they will be cosmetic only and not affect gameplay. The game runs in seasons. During each season, players gain experience as they play, opening up new gear, cosmetics, and upgrades. These rewards may be wiped between seasons, but players will have the option of spending game currency to mint certain items into an NFT. As the Boss players are the heart of the game, they will see increased rewards for participation in the game. This includes bonuses for playing on a regular basis.
Character, Boss, and weapon skins are available on Open Loot.
Boss Fighters wants to bring a game show feel to their game and they highly encourage streaming. They want to build an eSportthat is a fun event for players and viewers. The Boss Fighters team is already envisioning ways to encourage and reward viewers and audience participation.
To learn more about Boss Fighters, visit their website, follow them on Twitter, and join their Discord.