Albion Online Faction Rankings Explained Including The New Rewards Originating With The Call to Arms Update
Albion Online Faction Rankings Explained Including The New Rewards Originating With The Call to Arms Update.
One of the most expected content arriving at Albion Online in the Call to Arms update is the changes to faction warfare, but what’s the purpose of signing up for a faction if you can’t actually tell what you’re receiving for your struggle? That’s where the ranking system comes in, which has been explained by the devs in a recent post and described in a video by the director Robin Henkys.
The Albion Online faction rankings details are described in the Faction Screen, which displays current faction rankings, faction bonuses, and the player’s individual faction campaign development and rank. Campaigns will last for a month, while ranks include character loyalty to their faction and participation, with lower ranks alike for all factions and higher ranks individual to each city and are more challenging to achieve.
The higher ranking, the more points a player can earn, which can be used at the Faction Store to unlock Faction City Hearts, Faction Crests for capes, and elite Faction Mounts. There are also boxes full of rewards for achieving campaign breakthroughs. Finally, factions that aren’t doing so well can offer higher point-making rates and even allow players to retain part of their rank as an enticement to join. In contrast, more successful factions will pay out fewer points and will be less willing to take on new recruits.