While QuakeCon could also be all about bunny-hops and exploding demons, it’s a Bethesda occasion, so there’s all the time somewhat one thing for Elder Scrolls followers in there too. The Elder Scrolls Online has been doing properly for itself this previous 12 months, with two chunky expansions offering much more to do in its now-fully level-scaled world. The subsequent minor piece of DLC, Wolfhunter, is out on August 13th and unsurprisingly werewolf-themed. While the sport already presents the choice to rework right into a howling hairy-person, the DLC, trailered beneath, expands on the world of Hircine’s fuzzy people.
While it might be argued that launching something for any MMO on August 13th – the day earlier than World of Warcraft’s large Battle For Azeroth enlargement – Elder Scrolls followers are a somewhat specific bunch. Few issues are as thrilling to them as a contemporary, meaty chunk of Daedric Prince-centric lore, and this appears prefer it has a very good likelihood at delivering. Wolfhunter is generally targeted on dungeons and fight with were-folk, however I’m concerned with seeing if it presents any various quest options in the event you simply occur to be a werewolf your self.
The Wolfhunter DLC wasn’t the one tidbit for Elder Scrolls Online followers on the present, both. They additionally gave gamers a teasing glimpse at Murkmire, a bigger, zone-scale DLC set within the Argonian homelands, roughly on par with the earlier Clockwork City DLC. It’s moist, marshy and filled with unusual lizard-people. Bethesda promise a deep dive into Argonaian tradition, what drives them, and “why are they so weird”. Murkmire might be launching someday this Autumn, though they don’t have any extra exact date set, and you may see a peek at it from the keynote beneath.
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Wolfhunter lands on August 13th. While there might be an choice to purchase it with Crowns (ESO’s cash-shop foreign money), this DLC and all different non-expansion releases are included within the ESO Plus subscription, which might be be increasing quickly to supply “loyalty rewards”, and an elevated month-to-month stipend of Crowns.