The Elder Scrolls Online has just added two new dungeons as a part of its Dragon Bones DLC package: Scalecaller Peak, the burial web page of a long-dead Dragon Priest that’s now filled with cultists, and the ancient Dwarven ruin of Fang Lair, which is packed with necromancers. Yes, there will likely be a dragon to fight – or no less than the reanimated bones of a single – and as soon as you step into one of many dungeons, you will get a mask for the Dragon Priest.
The Elder Scrolls Online Plus members get the DLC automatically, even though other folks need to have to buy with 1,500 crowns on the in-game shop. That is 9 pounds or 15 dollars of actual cash.
Bethesda has also released the free Update 17, which introduces an outfit method that allows you to customize the appearance of the character to what ever you like, regardless of what gear they’re wearing. It looks incredibly robust and you will spend Gold to alter the look of the helmet, chest, shoulders, hands, waist, legs, feet and weapons individually.
Furthermore, the update may also let you shop storable things inside your property for the very first time by means of a storage container. Whenever you upgrade your character to level 18, you might gey your initially character, and you can buy added characters in the vendors.
Lastly, Update 17 consists of a brand new ‘skills advisor’, which assists you choose your expertise according to a chosen archetype, as well as two new PvP battlegrounds. Mor Khazgur and Deeping Drome are only offered to players who own TESO: Morrowind.