You can now play text adventure game on Twitter featuring Elder Scrolls Online. The test form quest let’s you dive into Markarth in different way.
Elder Scrolls Online Text Adventure Game Playable on Twitter
Over on the Bethesda Australia/New Zealand Twitter account you can take part in the Elder Scrolls Online quest in text form. The adventure takes place through a Twitter post, that let’s you choose what you do next, by following a number twitter threads that tell you what happens next in your journey.
If you’re in ANZ, you can also enter to win one of 20 digital ESO prize packs by taking part in the text adventure. Unfortunately it’s not open worldwide, but you can still enjoy the game on Twitter. Will you live to tell the tale? Or fall prey to a number of foes? Play and let us know where your adventure took you.
Before you stands Markarth, the City of Stone, with its bustling streets dotted by scenic waterfalls. You’re looking for adventure, which is never far away in the Reach.
You overhear the words ‘Briar Rock Ruins’ & ‘danger’ in a nearby conversation. Perfect! Time to head out.⬇️ pic.twitter.com/YaKGRruoc9
– Bethesda ANZ (@Bethesda_ANZ) December 4, 2020
The quest adventure celebrates the release of the latest DLC for MMORPG Elder Scrolls Online called Markarth. The latest story zone takes players to the Reach with a group of allies to take on the Vampire Lord and his ancient army. Players can explore places the Reach and Arkthzand Caverns, there are also new quests, characters, challenges, new Vateshran Hollow solo arena, Item Set Collection system and more. The latest content is the end of the year long adventure for the Dark Heart of Skyrim.
Elder Scrolls Online Markarth is now available to purchase on the Crown Store for 2000 crowns, and is also included with the ESO Plus subscription. If you’re wondering whether ESO Plus is for you, you can check out our ESO Plus Is It Worth It? All DLC Review.
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