Last updated on October 22nd, 2019
The end of The Season of the Dragon has arrived with the latest DLC Dragonhold for The Elder Scrolls Online.
The Elder Scrolls Dragonhold Launches October 21st
The Dragonhold DLC brings a new area to Elder Scrolls Online, Southern Elsweyr, a place to can explore and is a similar size to previous DLC zones such as Murkmire or Clockwork City. Along with this new zone comes new quests, dragon hunts and places to discover.
Overrun by Outlaws
While this region is recovering, it still has a sense of lawlessness as you will find bandits, slavers and more enemies in Pellitine. The area also unveils new delves, crafting stations, gear, size quests and a new adventure. There is also the coastal trade city of Senchal, expect a mixed bunch of unsavoury characters, not just the Khajiit live here.
As Pellitine suffered was a devastating Knahaten Flu, that was met with wildfires, the area is now being restored. Home to unique plants and beasts, such as the glyptodon and horned addax. While swept by such a terrible past, the region is home to white beaches as well as jungles called the Tenmar Forest.
But the South of Elsweyr isn’t free from the grip of dragons, they have escaped from Northern Elsweyr are looking for a new place to terrorise. One dragon use to have its territory in the South and is looking reclaim it. This dragon is not alone, it has a Dragon-worshipping cult known as the Order of the New Moon, set to help put its plans in place.
You will meet new Dragon types, Storm and Frost in Dragon Hunts, bringing a whole new challenge ahead.
Make sure you’re fully prepared for the end of The Season of the Dragon by completing the Dragonhold prologue quest by picking up the quest item for free on the Crown Store.
Dragonhold DLC releases on October 21st for PC/Mac and November 5th for Xbox One and Playstation 4.
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