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Hood: Outlaws & Legends Season 1 Begins on September 2, New Outlaw, Battle Pass and more

It’s a common courtesy for a new season to bring surprises in an online multiplayer game. The medieval PvPvE Hood: Outlaws & Legends is ready to endure a bigger competition thanks to the release of a brand new Season. In a recent reveal video, Focus Home Interactive discovered the release date of Season 1 in Hood: Outlaws & Legends, and that is September 2.

One of the surprises of Season 1 is the arrival of a new Outlaw named Eidaa, which is going to be free for all players. Furthermore, this new season will bring a key update to the winch system, which will grant its rework and increase the intensity of each match’s critical phase. A better balancing planned to allow both of the teams to winch for the treasure chest.

As in other games, the new Season sights the arrival of a new Battle Pass. This is the first-ever battle pass in the game, with tons of cosmetics unlocked throughout a personal and separate progression. Not a while ago, Hood: Outlaws & Legends has introduced solely PvE game mode to allow players to participate in heists against AI-controlled enemies only.

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