ZeniMax Previews Upcoming Wrathstone DLC for Elder Scrolls: Online

 

Following the announcement of each the upcoming Elsweyr Chapter DLC and the Season from the Dragon, ZeniMax Online Studios has given fans a preview of what to expect in the subsequent upcoming DLC for The Elder Scrolls: Online; ‘Wrathstone’. The Wrathstone DLC is definitely the first of three planned dungeon packs coming during the Season from the Dragon. It can also be the only 1 to launch ahead of Elsweyr.

The very first Elder Scrolls: Online Expansion of 2019 – the Wrathstone DLC

The Wrathstone DLC preview was recently published on the game’s official website. It provides fans an overview of what they’re able to anticipate in each Wrathstone and Update 21, that will launch simultaneously. Based on ZeniMax, Wrathstone will be accessible inside the Crown Store ‘soon,’ although they don’t give a release date. It is going to contain two new group dungeons, the Depths of Malatar, and Frostvault. Even though Wrathstone is actually a paid DLC, Update 21 is going to be no cost for all Elder Scrolls: Online players and comes having a wide variety of new content of its own.

The name of the Wrathstone DLC comes from the Dragonstone which Abnur Tharn carries within the Elsweyr trailer; “As revealed in our Elsweyr cinematic trailer,” explains ZeniMax; “the Imperial Chancellor Abnur Tharn, applying the Wrathstone tablet, has opened the Halls of Colossus and unleashed a horde of merciless Dragons upon Elsweyr and beyond. But how did he get his hands on both halves with the strong relic? These two new dungeons tell the very first a part of the Season on the Dragon story and show you how the famous Redguard scholar Tharayya (returning for each dungeons!) find out these long-hidden relics.”

In line with ZeniMax, the Frostvault is usually a frozen Dwemer vault which contains a single half from the Wrathstone. Players can count on to face both Goblins and Dwarven automatons as they look for the relic at its centre. The Depths of Malatar, however, consists of an Imperial fortress plus a buried Ayleid ruin which lies beneath. Players will come face to face with Daedra, a ‘Lost Imperial Legion,’ and more. The two 4-player dungeons might be offered in Regular, Veteran, and Veteran Challenging Mode issues. They function distinctive rewards for completion, like new item sets, a new non-combat pet, as well as a new skin. Entering either from the new dungeons will reward players together with the Ayleid Royal Crown hat.