Elder Scrolls Online Deadlands ends the history of Gates of Oblivion

Elder Scrolls Online puts an end to the history of Gates of Oblivion, a year long, with the last extension Deadlands. The extension is now available on PC and will be released on PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X on November 16th.

Deadlands will have players explore unexplored land, meet new strange allies and thwart the Dagon plans to reign on NIRN in this full action final of 20 hours. The DLC offers new missions that are unlocked by completing the DLC Deadlands and the Blackwood chapter. Those who played the Fantastic Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion will probably recognize some of these areas and certainly know the doors of oblivion.

The Elder Scrolls Online: Deadlands Gameplay Trailer
Although some of them are familiar, Deadlands also introduces many new areas in The Burn, The Sever and the desert metropolis known as Fargrave. Fusion rivers with violent storms to a lively trading town, these new areas expand the tradition of The Elder Scrolls.

In addition, Deadlands introduces the new Armory System, allowing players to quickly exchange personalized personage constructions from their property. Players can acquire the free furniture article of the armory in the crown shop and place it in any of their homes to save, load or customize their characters. Unique constructions.

The Deadlands Game Pack is available for purchase in the Crowd Shop and is included for free for ESO Plus subscribers.

I m happy to see that ESO continues to ride. I do not like most mmo, but I enjoyed what I played at Eso once they corrected shortly after launch. I am a big fan of Elder Scrolls, which certainly helped me more appreciate the game. It s fun to explore the world and the traditions of one of my favorite game series in a new way. I can at least say that it s better than Fallout 76.

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