City of Heroes wants you back

Big reactivation push next weekend.

NCsoft is planning a major City of Heroes push for next weekend, hoping to rekindle the superhero flame with reactivation treats.

Anyone returning to the game in "good standing" can play free from next Thursday, 8th October to Sunday, 11th October.

Furthermore, any Heroes or Villains spraying on the Spandex over that weekend will be awarded double XP, Influence and Infamy.

NCsoft hopes this will be long enough for you to try the improvements made since you left, the biggest and most recent being the Mission Architect, which lets players make their own quests.

Check out our hands-on impressions of City of Heroes' Mission Architect to find out more.

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