The Elder Scrolls Online: Elsweyr Releasing on June 4
Bethesda is thrilled to announce the next Chapter in The Elder Scrolls Online saga, The Elder Scrolls Online: Elsweyr. This new chapter is coming to PC/Mac, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 on June 4.
Dragons have returned to Tamriel. Unleashed upon the world by the unwitting Abnur Tharn and the Imperial usurper queen Euraxia, the great Kaalgrontiid and his followers hunt from the skies and threaten to burn down the ancestral home of the Khajiit.
Check this cinematic trailer down below:
Elsweyr chapter key features:
- A whole new zone to explore: Elsweyr
- An epic main story quest line that ties into the Season of the Dragon
- A powerful new Class: Necromancer
- A challenging new 12-player Trial: Sunspire
- Massive new world events: Dragon Attacks
- A huge amount of unique delves, public dungeons and standalone quests
Previously, you have been able to explore the province of Elsweyr in The Elder Scrolls: Arena, and its outer edges in ESO’s regions of Reaper’s March and Khenarthi’s Roost, but in this new adventure, you can fully experience the home of Tamriel’s beloved cat people.In Elsweyr, you can traverse fertile grasslands and scorching deserts, and Here you’ll interact with Elsweyr’s many colorful and varied citizens, from moon-sugar farmers and wandering nomads, to Imperial occupiers. In this new Chapter, you will truly dive into the life, history, culture and mythology of the Khajiit and their homeland.Of course, in addition to exploring this new zone, you’ll also be called upon to defend the Khajiiti people against a devastating new threat: Dragons. However, in this Chapter you’re no Dragonborn, and you’ll need to work with your fellow players and powerful allies in order to take these winged beasts down.
Finally, Elsweyr will also introduce the Necromancer Class, with this dark, mysterious new Class, players can command the dead and cast powerful elemental spells to overcome any foes and bolster your defenses.
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