The Elder Scrolls Online: Lost Depths Trailer

This looks like a great update.

Today, we are excited to release The Elder Scrolls Online latest dlc, The Elder Scrolls Online: Lost DepthsNow available for all PC/MAC and Stadia players. The new DLC will launch on Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4 on September 6.

Watch the trailer for The Elder Scrolls Online: The Lost Depths

As part of 2022’s Legacy of the Bretons year-long adventure, this DLC pack brings you two new four-player dungeons to challenge you and your allies to build and expand the saga that continues to ascend. The tide began with the DLC and continued with the recent High Isle chapters. Both dungeons contain their own unique stories and rewards, including item sets, achievements and collectibles not found anywhere else in Tamriel.

launch together with The Elder Scrolls Online: The Lost Depths There’s Update 35, a new base-game patch that all ESO players can enjoy, no purchase required. This update includes balance changes, improvements, and new features, including changes to the battle system, the introduction of bonus “mini-events” for battlefields (for example, a weekend that offers bonus Alliance Points), and XP. Benefits include extensive improvements. PVP in general.

players can buy lost depth In-game game packs via the Crown Store and included for all who subscribe to ESO PlusTM. for the whole box

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