Two DLC Packs Coming To Elder Scrolls Online Morrowind

Only recently did Elder Scrolls Online release its Morrowind expansion, allowing players to return to a realm they haven’t been to in quite some time. You’d think that they’d...
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Only recently did Elder Scrolls Online release its Morrowind expansion, allowing players to return to a realm they haven’t been to in quite some time. You’d think that they’d let them wander around for a while before announcing anything new for it, but nope! During their E3 Press Conference, Bethesda teased two new DLC packs for the Morrowind expansion in the forms of Horns of the Reach DLC and the Clockwork City DLC. Now, they’ve gone even deeper into the details on their website. Here’s the breakdown of what’s coming.

First, in Horns of the Reach, you’ll find plenty of new things to do, not the least of which are two new dungeons via Bloodroot Forge and Falkreath Hold. Plus, the team promises adventures that will be “full of excitement.” Item wise, you’ll be able to get new Monster Masks and even new achievements. Add to that, the base game will get its own free update when the DLC launches that’ll include a new Battlegrounds map, a new Battlegrounds ruleset, new homes, items, special events, and more! And again, this particular update will be free!

Moving onto the other DLC, The Clockwork City, this pack will allow you to explore the titular city with over 10 hours of unique content. Daedric forces are descending upon the city, and it’s up to you to help prevent a disaster from happening. Plus, the DLC will be getting a few more surprises as it draws ever closer to its release. Also, this DLC will not require you to have Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind to play.

So as you can see, Bethesda and Zenimax are working hard to ensure that your Elder Scrolls Online experience never truly ends. What do you think about these DLC packs? Let us know which ones you’re looking forward to in the comments below.

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