Blue Archive Halo Festival Pre-Registration

The pre-registration for the Blue Archive Halo Festival is up and running, so if you want to sign up early, you now can. After all, pre-registering for the upcoming Kivotos Halo Festival unlocks in-game rewards that are pretty good. So, how does this system work? Let’s explain.

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blue archive halo festival pre-registration
Blue Archive Halo Festival Pre-Registration

How to Pre-Register for Blue Archive Halo Festival

The pre-registration for the Blue Archive Kivotos Halo Festival is as simple as it gets. All you have to do is go to this link and hit that big blue Pre-Registration button to get started. You’ll then have to provide your email and check the box that says you agree “to NEXON’s Terms of Service and would like to receive newsletters with exclusive offers and the latest updates for Blue Archive and other NEXON games.” From there, just follow whatever instructions might come next, and you should be good to go. The window to pre-register for the Kivotos Halo Festival is between April 12th and April 24th at 2:59 PM UTC. The event itself will take place from April 25th to May 9th.

And there you have it, that’s how the Blue Archive Halo Festival pre-registration works. If you do pre-register, you’ll get one ten-pull Ticket, 1,200 Pyroxene, and a Sports Hasumi that’s fully decked out. To promote the event, NEXON have also put together a Twitter campaign, but since I hate those kinds of promo, I’ll let you discover it on your own. Also, don’t forget that the event’s website we’ve linked above also features some mini-games. Micro-games, one might even say. They are under the Halo Festival Prep section. Complete all three and click the “Preparations Complete” button to collect your reward. And that’s basically all you need to know at the moment. You have all the other info on the website.

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