Guide to factions in New World - which one to choose, differences, how to increase the level and reputation of a faction, and much more

 

Guide to factions in New World - which one to choose, differences, how to increase the level and reputation of a faction, and much more

Amazon's new MMORPG, New World, divides the entire open world between three warring factions. Each player can join one of them and get access to unique quests. In this guide, we'll cover everything you need to know about factions in New World.


What factions are available in New World. How do they differ from each other

There are three factions in the game:


  • Marauders (Marauders) . Brave warriors who strive to create their own independent nation.
  • Syndicate (Syndicate) . Scientists searching for forbidden knowledge to start an era of progress with their help.
  • Covenant (Covenant) . Religious fanatics who want to cleanse the earth of all manifestations of heresy.
What factions are available in New World. How do they differ from each other

The differences between the factions are purely cosmetic, and they do not affect the gameplay. Each of them have their own backstory, their own sets of armor and, of course, their own territory that they control. If you play alone, then you should try to join the strongest faction. The more land it controls, the more bonuses its representatives will receive. Each server has its own strong faction, so before joining one of them, you should study the map and determine the leader.

However, if you are playing with friends, then it is advisable that you all join the same faction. This way, you can fight together in PvE and PvP modes, and it will be easier for you to coordinate your actions.


How to choose a faction in New World. How to change (change) faction in New World

You will be offered to join the faction immediately after graduation. By that time, you will be approximately level 10. You can change one of them to another only after 120 days for 100 coins. However, in this case, there will be no choice - you can only join the faction that owns the least territories.

If you wish, you can choose not to join any of the existing factions. True, in this case, you will not receive pleasant bonuses in certain territories, and some of the additional tasks will be unavailable to you. If you decide to go this route, just close the faction selection menu when it pops up.

How to choose a faction in New World. How to change (change) faction in New World

What bonuses will you receive after joining a faction in New World

The main bonuses you get when you are in the territory controlled by your faction:

  • Additional experience for killing monsters.
  • Discount when buying a house.
  • The ability to combine the contents of their warehouses from different cities in the controlled area.
  • Access to carts with a free set of resources on the territory of each controlled city.
  • Increase the speed of resource extraction by 10%.
  • Additional 50 luck points while fishing.
  • Reduced tax by 30%.
  • Reduction of fees for fast travel within the controlled area by 70%.
In addition, new gameplay opportunities will open up for you:

  • Access to faction quests.
  • PvP mode and participation in faction wars.
  • The ability to create your own clan (guild) or join one of them.
  • Access to a factional shop. As you increase your reputation in the faction, you will unlock new weapons and armor sets.

How to increase reputation within a faction in New World

When you join a faction, you will have the opportunity to increase your own reputation. The higher it is, the more goods are available in the faction store. There are five ranks of reputation in the game:

  1. Soldier (Soldier) . Your level immediately after joining a faction.
  2. Gladiator (Gladiator) . Receive after you have earned 3000 reputation points.
  3. Ravager (Devastator) . To reach this rank, you need 11,000 reputation points.
  4. Destroyer (Destroyer) . Earn when you earn 26,000 reputation points.
  5. Commander (Commander) . For this rank, you will need to earn 49,000 reputation points.
How to increase reputation within a faction in New World

As an example, we have given the ranks for the Marauders faction. The Syndicate and Covenant's ranks are called differently, but the conditions for obtaining are the same.

You will receive reputation points for factional PvE missions, PvP quests and simply battles with other players. It makes no sense to kill newcomers - you will get the most points if you win in fights with equal opponents or those who are stronger than you.

Factional tasks are given by its representative, who is in any major city. If they are over, move to another city and look for the same NPC. He will have a new set of quests for you.


How to increase the level (rank, influence) of a faction in New World

The winner in the struggle for the disputed territories is revealed during the execution of PvP missions. These include scouting a territory, delivering a message or item, killing certain animals, and so on. During their passage, you are vulnerable not only to mobs, but also to live players. If you are killed during the passage of a PvP quest, then it will be considered a failed, even if you fulfilled the conditions set, but simply did not have time to turn in the quest giver.

How to increase the level (rank, influence) of a faction in New World

Usually the reward for completing PvP quests is 2-3 times higher than for similar PvE quests. In addition, in addition to experience and gold, you will receive points of influence of your faction in this territory. As soon as the defending side does not have enough influence points, the land will be available for capture by another faction. After that, you can take part in the battle for the fort, which will determine the owner of this territory.

Let's pay attention to the fact that it is more difficult for a strong faction to seize new territories and defend existing ones. In addition, she is more likely to be invaded by the Fel, a separate side of the conflict, hostile to all players.

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