Elder Scrolls Online: Dragon Bones DLC expands Tamriel’s mythology

 

Bethesda’s massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG) Elder Scrolls Online is finding a new update named Dragon Bones, which adds much more dungeons, equipment along with a scary new enemy.

The brand new downloadable content material (DLC) expansion for the preferred MMORPG will put your life around the line to face a giant skeletal dragon. Behind the dragon is definitely an evil Dragon Priest bound to bring death and destruction for the overworld. It’s up to you to cease him from releasing a terrible plague on the denizens of Tamriel!

In total, the DLC adds two extra dungeons towards the game: Fang Lair and Scalecaller Peak.

Fang Lair
The Lair was as soon as a large Dwemer mine. Their glory, on the other hand, was short lived courtesy from the Dragon Thurvokun many centuries prior to. Thurvokun made use of the Dwarven halls as its lair for a variety of years – so much so, that the name of the mine has been lost and is just generally known as Fang Lair now.

Thurvokun has since died, but his excellent energy remains within the Dwemer halls. Adventurers from all corners of Tamriel have sought to plumb the depths of your Lair, but have constantly been met with ruin. Now, a highly effective necromancer known as Orryn the Black, and his followers, have come to enact a ritual that may raise the ancient Dragon and unleash the undead menace upon Nirn.

Scalecaller Peak
In ancient times, Scalecaller Peak was home to Zaan, an ancient Dragon Priest dedicated for the dragon Thurvukun. Though alive, she had an immense energy, and her reign seemed unchecked. She was at some point betrayed by her followers, which severed the hyperlink amongst her and Thurvukun. Her cult spread towards the winds to prevent persecution, but nonetheless maintained vigil for their fallen lord.

Now, the time has come, and the descendants in the cult of have the means to bring the ancient Dragon Priest back to life, at the same time as plans to decimate the planet with a new plague.

Furthermore, as well as Dragon Bones, update 17 will bring some no cost enhancements for the game. Improvements involve better rewards for all those who play with other folks, two new battlegrounds, a house storage system, and also the capability to create adjustments to just about every element of the character’s appearance. It also consists of a brand new “skills advisor” which makes positive your character is following the ideal track for the function you wish to play.

The 2.8 GB update (which incorporates Dragon Bones) is accessible now for Microsoft Windows and MacOS. PlayStation 4 and Xbox One players may have to wait until 27 February 2018 for the update.

Elder Scrolls Online ESO Plus members get Dragon Bones free of charge, although others may have to spend 15000 crowns at the Crown Retailer in-game.