The Elder Scrolls Online hasn’t been slow in any means regarding how much content it has received. Today, Bethesda has released the first bit of details regarding the games upcoming Dragon Bones DLC Pack, which is set to release next month for PC and consoles and will feature two new dungeons as well as minor additions to the game.
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But as a centerpiece to today’s announcement comes the focal point of the upcoming DLC pack. A pair of dungeons known as Scalecaller Peak and Fang Lair. The first, Scalecaller Peak is set in the burial place of a long-dead Dragon Priest. The location has unfortunately begun to teem with cultists scouring its depths in a plot to unleash a lethal plague upon the inhabitants of Tamriel.
The second, Fang Lair, is an ancient Dwarven ruin where a dark sorcerer is attempting to revive a monstrosity that will unleash its fiery wrath upon the world. In an attempt to stop this from happening, it’s up to a band of adventurers to venture forth into both of these new dungeons, stop their threats and once more protect the world from utter and total annihilation.
But there is still quite a bit more to this update rather than just its paid options, which is the DLC itself. As a free-of-charge bit of content, which will allow players to use the new outfit system, which allows players to customize their look no matter what gear they have on. Have too many pieces of armor or weapons in your bags? The update will bring in a much desired change so that players can store their items within their characters house.
While storage is nice, the company has also announced two new battlegrounds, but these new locations will require the Morrowind expansion: Mor Khazgur and Deeping Drome. While both of these maps will surely be sprawling with players as they take one another on, the team has also added in a new Level Up system and a new Skills Advisor tool, which will help players with new suggestions and tips as well as helpful rewards as they progress.
You can visit the Official The Elder Scrolls Online Blog for more details regarding the upcoming changes.
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