Black Desert Online Launches O’dyllita Expansion Alongside New Twitch Drops

Ongoing Twitch drops event gifts viewers and streamers alike with in-game rewards. New attendance event rewards players with up to $100 worth of items.

Kakao Games and Pearl Abyss launched the newest region for the hit-MMO Black Desert Online for North American and European PC users this week. To celebrate this new expansion, two events have kicked off both on the games’ Twitch category and inside the game that offers valuable rewards. 

O’dyllita is the latest expansion of the already vast game world that’s completely free of loading screens. This haunted and gothic-inspired region is the home of the game’s sinister elven race named the Ahib. But it’s not just scary scenery, gargoyles, and elves that await players, O’dyllita also offers a fresh challenge for anyone who has adventured in Black Desert Online with some of the most difficult to complete areas in the game. 

Alongside the new region launch, Twitch drops are making a return to anyone streaming and watching on the Black Desert Online category. To find out how to participate and what rewards are being ‘dropped’ players can access a special information page. Players that don’t have a copy of the game should also pay attention, for just by watching a Black Desert Online stream for one hour, they can secure a copy of the game. The items from the drops promotion and the game pass can only be redeemed by players on the North American and European servers of the game. 

Furthermore, by logging in daily, players can also accrue up to $100,- worth of in-game items. This includes valuable commodities such as the ‘Secret Book of Old Moon’ but also a whimsical Wizard Gosphy and majestic Shadow Wolf mini pet. Both pets are very useful for players since they pick up loot for the player, speeding up gameplay. 

Players interested in Black Desert Online can sign up for the 7-day free trial via the Black Desert Online official website, where they can also learn more about game updates and events. 

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