World Plays ESO, among other things, withdrew 4 million antiquities

During the summer, Bethesda and Zenimax Online Studios had a small event, The World Plays ESO, for streamers, influencers and the collective as a whole for their online role-playing games The Elder Scrolls Online in which players were asked to watch broadcasts for specific Twitch drops and winnings. The purpose of the spectacle was to show players, especially the uninitiated, how much there is to do in The Elder Scrolls Online – something I have expressed in several of the reviews of recent expansions.

Adventurer who plays during the summer The Elder Scrolls Online has contributed to these incredible numbers! More than a million new characters, billions of monsters killed and outrageous potions are just a small part of the data players generated during the two months the event lasted. Particularly impressive in my eyes was the number of antiquities the players completed, as these both take time and require a bit of luck. The interesting question, however, is how many games and additions Bethesda managed to heel thanks to the event. Or how many new subscribers signed up for ESO Plus.

Anyway The Elder Scrolls Online an online role-playing game I can warmly recommend, both for players who want something great that is free, but also the subscription that provides an incredible amount of added value as it provides access to all DLC. If you find that you like the game, the expansions are fantastic additions. Just be prepared to be engrossed in the game.