The Elder Scrolls Online Reveals First Look At Murkmire DLC (VIDEO)
Bethesda has released a one hour video featuring a first look at the upcoming ‘Murkmire’ story DLC for The Elder Scrolls Online. In the new DLC, players will be tasked with making their way to the Black Marsh, home of the Argonian people. Predictably swampy, Murkmire is host to loads of new content, featuring roughly twenty hours of story content, new bosses, and a new dungeon. The first look at The Elder Scrolls Online: Murkmire can be seen below:
Here’s a quick summary of the new content, courtesy of Bethesda:
“With Murkmire, you’ll be able to explore an all-new zone located on the southern coast of Black Marsh. As you venture into this new world, you’ll navigate through knee-deep swamps and dense, living jungles, encountering incredible stilt houses, long-forgotten temples, and crumbling Imperial ruins.
In this new zone, you’ll be able to experience the mysterious Saxhleel (known to the rest of Tamriel as the Argonians) as you explore the deepest depths of the marsh and uncover secrets never before revealed about the nature of the relationship between the Argonian tribes and their sacred Hist trees.
As you travel across this new world, you’ll encounter new challenges and dangers, including unique world bosses, delves, quests, and more. Of course, this new zone is also filled with riches, such as new item sets, furnishings, styles, collectibles, and more. The wilds of Black Marsh are teeming with life and many hidden dangers, but it is also a world of great opportunity for those who dare uncover its secrets.”
Murkmire will be available for The Elder Scrolls Online at some point this November.
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