The Elder Scrolls Online: Wrathstone DLC announced for this later this month


As the road to the next The Elder Scrolls Online begins, Bethesda has confirmed that our first stop will be two new four-player dungeons as the Season of the Dragon begins.

The latest DLC pack called ‘Wrathstone’ is set to release on PC and Mac starting on February 25, 2019, with consoles following a couple of weeks later on March 12, 2019. The new DLC will feature two new four-player dungeons called the ‘Depths of Malatar’ and ‘Frostvault.’

Returning to one of the most beloved dungeon types, players will once again begin to explore Ayleid runs, but this time, sunken ones, while seeking to discover the fate of a lost Imperial cohort during your endeavors within the ‘Depths of Malatar’. The second dungeon will see to it that players begin to search into the depths of a glacial rift while visiting the lands of Eastmarch.

There, you’ll seek a way to gain access into an ancient Dwarven vault, seeking out both halves of a mysterious tablet known as the Wrathstone – a tablet we’ve. Through your time in the dungeons, you will come across challenging enemies, unimaginable bosses, and even obtain powerful new items, sets, and collectibles throughout your adventures that will begin to mark your journey into the Season of the Dragon.

With the year-long adventure beginning later this month, players will begin their journey that will take them into the next chapter of The Elder Scrolls Online with the recently announced expansion: Elsweyr, which is slated to launch on May 20 on PC and Mac with a console release on June 4, 2019.

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