Regardless of whether or not you plan on participating in PvP in New World, you’re going to want to join a faction when you have the chance. Factions play a major role in the game as they are constantly fighting for control of Aeternum. Players who are part of the faction that’s in control of most of the Territories get some nice bonuses to assist them in their adventures. So joining a faction is imperative, even if you don’t plan on taking part in the war.
The first thing you need to know about New World is the importance of joining a faction. During your tutorial, you’ll make your way to the nearest settlement and follow the main quest. Eventually, you’ll speak to all three of the factions: the Syndicate, Marauders and Covenant. After talking to all three, you’ll eventually enlist with one of them, fighting on their behalf in Aeternum’s bloody landscape.
How to change your faction in New World
To change your faction in New World, open up your character’s “Bio” page by opening the character menu with the “K” button and scrolling over to the far left, where the “Bio” menu is located.
On the left-hand side of the “Bio” menu, you’ll see your faction’s banner, with an option to change your faction at the bottom of the banner. Click on that button and select which of the other two factions you’d like to transfer over to.
You can only change your faction once every 120 days. Also, you can not change to a faction that’s in control of the most Territories.
It will cost 100 Azoth to change your faction, and changing factions will reset your faction rank as well as wipe any rewards you’ve earned with your previous faction.
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