The Elder Scrolls Online: Deadlands is now available on consoles

It’s hard to admit that a year has already passed and that the year-long storyline for “Gates of Oblivion” in The Elder Scrolls Online has officially come to an end with the release of The Elder Scrolls Online: Deadlands DLC. Are you ready for one more romp against Mehrunes Dagon and his baddies?

It seems just like yesterday that Bethesda and ZeniMax Online Studios had just released the year-long adventure that is “Gates of Oblivion”. The story put us up against Mehrunes Dagon and his merciless cultists, impossible new foes, and a chance to kindle all-new friendships with the all-new companion system that launched with The Elder Scrolls Online: Blackwood expansion.

Now, the cataclysmic conclusion is finally here as The Elder Scrolls Online: Deadlands invites fans to enjoy its 20-hour finale for the “Gates of Oblivion”. In the DLC you will meet new allies, explore uncharted lands, and most of all: Foil Dagon’s plans to rule Nirn. However, to truly experience it, you’ll want to complete storylines in both Deadlands and through the Blackwood expansion itself as you jump into the all-familiar locale that is The Burn, The Sever, and Fargrave.

Of course, the DLC doesn’t just include new areas to explore, but it also includes the all-new Armory system that fans can enjoy with the launch of Update 32. So what are you waiting for? Jump in, save your loadout, or even load unique builds you wish to experience today through snagging the Deadlands DLC in the Crown Store today or for free as part of the ESO Plus membership for PC, PlayStation, and Xbox platforms.

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One thought on “The Elder Scrolls Online: Deadlands is now available on consoles

  1. This game has so much content for someone just looking for a good free to play. The base game zones alone provide hours and hours of free content. The game may monetize cosmetics, but at least it does not gimp your XP gain behind a paywall. This game is more fun at console.

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