E3 2016: The Elder Scrolls Online Getting Dark Brotherhood DLC This Tuesday

Head back to Cyrodiil with a smile on your face. 

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The Elder Scrolls Online has been going strong for some time now, and it got some of its own share of screen time celebrating 7 million players strong during Bethesda's E3 showcase.

On June 23rd, the game will be launching in Japan and expanding internationally, so it'll be adding several more players to its leagues. But that's not all it's getting. It's also receiving a very special DLC release this coming Tuesday.

The Dark Brotherhood DLC will be releasing this Tuesday for both Xbox One and PS4, where you'll be traveling to the Gold Coast of Cyrodiil.

Worried you're not leveled sufficiently to enjoy it with your friends? Bethesda has you covered with One Tamriel, a special change coming to ESO. Players will be automatically leveled to locations so they may explore all locations with no level restrictions. No restrictions on alliances or questing. After you leave the tutorial, you can explore the world freely. As Bethesda notes, this is the first time this has been explored in an MMORPG. It's coming to the game this fall.

Looks like it might be a good time to explore the game if you haven't jumped in already.

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    June 12, 2016 7:49 PM

    Brittany Vincent posted a new article, E3 2016: The Elder Scrolls Online Getting Dark Brotherhood DLC This Tuesday

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      June 12, 2016 8:45 PM

      Wow I had no idea they were up to 7 million players

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        June 13, 2016 4:25 AM

        If you're willing to accept it as a hybrid between traditional MMO gameplay and Elder Scrolls gameplay, it's actually pretty good.

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          June 13, 2016 4:53 AM

          Is it good solo?

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            June 13, 2016 5:07 AM

            A criticism the game gets actually is that it's mostly good solo (as opposed to most MMOs)

            I've played it some (they gave away retail copies at QuakeCon 2014) and I've liked it when I played it but I haven't played it much for time reasons.

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              June 13, 2016 5:31 AM

              Yup, it's better solo than many MMOs. It seemed fine for group play as well when I played it, but it doesn't force you into grouping as much as most.

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      June 13, 2016 7:41 AM

      Players will be automatically leveled to locations so they may explore all locations with no level restrictions. Okay, that's fucking cool.