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The Elder Scrolls Online Enters Murkmire today with the new DLC

The Elder Scrolls Online Enters Murkmire today with the new DLC

Posted time: Oct 23,2018


The Elder Scrolls Online has a lot of things going for it in recent days, but probably the most exciting part is exploring the weirder fringe regions of its world. Today's new DLC is released, Murkmire, suitable for this bill, with dense marshlands filled with flesh-eating plants, overgrown temples and lizard-folk living in and surrounding the brackish waters. Although it may not be as strange as Morrowind's mushroom-laden volcanic realms, it is an enticing new location to explore. Once the server maintenance ends today, the DLC should start. 

The Murkmire DLC adds a new area to the southern end of Tamriel, with new monsters, quests and people (mainly reptilian) to meet. It also includes a new dungeon. Blackrose Prison is an arena survival challenge where four players fight against enemy waves. Blackrose has Normal and Veteran difficulty version, with rewards to match. Perhaps the most tempting rewards are a unique set of Blackrose weapons with their own special attacks. There are also a series of quests on the mainland that lead into the new Murkmire adventure, so do those first.

Accompanying the DLC is a major update (all of these, patches - noted here - weight is 3.2gb). Among the larger changes, the Alliance PvP should now be a little more strategic, as some of the bridges and milestones in Cyrodiil are destructible and repairable. The siege merchants now sell the items needed to patch them up, and these structures are considered to be permanent and neutral, making them free for even the defending side to damage, intentionally or otherwise. As neutral structures, repairing them will not give Alliance Points - it's just for practicality’s sake.

Once the server is recovered from maintenance, the Murkmire DLC for The Elder Scrolls Online will appear and the patch is now available for download. It can be purchased for Crowns(the cash-shop currency) or as part of the game's optional ESO Plus subscription, usually £9/$15 per month. The Crown price for the DLC has not been announced yet, but the previous major DLC price is between 2000 and 3000 crowns, with 1500 crowns normally costing £11/$15. A pointlessly messy system, but the subscription seems to be the way to go.

You can find The Elder Scrolls Online on its official page, Steam or Humble. The base game costs £15/€20/$20, and the Summerset expansion costs £20/$30/$30. And you can get cheap eso gold on professional site igxe.com.

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