Enter The Marble Build Contest For A Chance to Win a Amazon Gift Card
Blue Isle Studios conjures up weekly content for its its wizardly world of Citadel: Forged With Fire and this week aspiring Wizards will be excited to unlock the first major addition to the Citadel structure system content – the Marble Set! This lavish and sparkling Marble Set includes a complete package of castle-building pieces; walls, floors, windows, doors, stairs, supports and much more! This high-level set of building pieces offers a clean, palatial alternative to the brooding, gothic aesthetic of the Ornate Set.
Players can access and unlock the Marble Set at level 45, which will require the use of repurposed stone to be built, while more lavish pieces like doors and windows may also require iron and gold ingots for construction.
To celebrate the new structure system Blue Isle Studios invites you to join a Marble Castle building contest – we challenge you to build the most impressive Marble Structure you possibly can for a chance to win one of three Amazon Gift Cards (1st prize – $100, 2nd prize – $75.00, and third prize $25.00). To enter submit your entries in the form of screenshot or video on Twitter, Facebook orSteam Forum, contest begins today at 12:00pm EDT and runs through September 15 at 12:00pm EDT.
Watch the Citadel: Forged With Fire New Content – The Marble Structure Set Video:
Available now on Steam early access, Citadel: Forged With Fire is a massive sandbox RPG complete with spellcasting, building, exploring and crafting where you control your destiny! Players have complete freedom to determine their own destiny as they become an infamous hunter of the wizards, tame mighty beasts, forge alliances with their fellow players to create an imposing House of Conjurers, or visit uncharted territories to unravel their rich and intriguing history.
Citadel: Forged With Fire is now available on Steam Early Access for $24.99 and is in development for PlayStation 4 computer entertainment system and Xbox One, the all-in-one game and entertainment system for Microsoft.