The Elder Scrolls Online

The Future Of The Elder Scrolls Online – Horns of the Reach And Clockwork City

Just a week ago, users of The Elder Scrolls Online got the long-awaited addition of Morrowind, and the team ZeniMax Online Studios, as it turns out, chose not to slow down and has already announced the next batch of fresh content. At the presentation at the E3 2017 exhibition, Bethesda announced its intention to release two additions in the coming months – Horns of the Reach and Clockwork City.

The first of them starts on the PlayStation 4, PC and Xbox One (including in the Crown Store) in August and will please the players of The Elder Scrolls Online with two dungeons (Bloodroot Forge and Falkreath Hold), new adventures, items, monster masks and achievements. ZeniMax emphasizes that with the release of Horns of the Reach, the main game will undergo a free upgrade. In particular, without purchasing DLC, you can discover new homes, furnituring, decorations, Crown Crates chests and festive items. And the owners of Morrowind will wait for access to the Battlegrounds mode with a new map (Arcane University) and a new set of rules (Chaos Ball).

The large-scale addition of Clockwork City will follow later this year. It will not require the purchase of Morrowind, but it will add more than ten hours of new content to the game, within which players will explore the city where Daedric forces hide to “prevent disaster”.

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