Bethesda’s E3 2019 showcase saw quite a bit of focus on some of the company’s smaller titles, as well as a focus on Zenimax Online’s entry in The Elder Scrolls series. The Elder Scrolls Online, which released back in 2014, has been going strong for roughly five years now. Today, Zenimax took to the stage to discuss their plans for The Elder Scrolls Online going forward, including two new DLC packs called Scalebreaker and Dragonhold.
As the third and fourth chapters of the Season of Dragons in ESO, Scalebreaker and Dragonhold will add new content, as well as introduce players to new stories and questlines that they can experience. No definite release date was given for either just yet, though Scalebreaker is slated for a Q3 release, while Dragonhold should arrive in Q4.
In Scalebreaker, players will be able to take on two new dungeons called Moongrave Fane and the Lair of Maarselok. Both of these dungeons will challenge players as they take on Dragons like the ones that you can find throughout Elsweyr. Each dungeon includes beautiful new environments, vistas, and challenging battles chock full of stories and lore for the players to dive into and engross themselves within. To top it all off, the brave souls that infiltrate and complete the dungeons will find themselves rewarded with unique collectibles and powerful new items.
Up next, though, is Dragonhold, the final chapter in the Season of Dragons. Set to release in Q4 of 2019, Dragonhold will take players to the southern region of Elsweyr, to a place called Pellitine. This lawless wasteland was ravaged by a plague almost 20 years ago, and players will need to make new friends—including fan favorite, Sai Sahan—as they work to rebuild the Dragonguard order and uncover new weapons and technology. The new zone will include a ton of new quests, Delves, World Bosses, and plenty of Dragon Hunt events for players to explore and soak up.
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