Just when you thought that Elder Scrolls Online couldn’t possibly get even more awesome, there go the publishers and release the game’s first expansion.
The game developer ZeniMax Online and the well known publisher Bethesda announced that the Elder Scrolls Online’s first expansion will become available very soon.
PC and Mac users will be able to enjoy more scenery more action and even more enemies to slay, starting on August 31, while Xbox and PlayStation gamers will have to wait until the middle of September.
The game has become popular, through its wonderful graphics, ever-present cultural references and Easter Eggs, enjoyable gameplay and fun filled quests.
The name Elder Scrolls has somehow managed to be known even to non-gamers, and has added new catchphrases to the English language, like the notorious “But then I took an arrow to the knee”.
Well it seems that now, players who have explored even the ends of the game world, can enjoy a whole new add-on complete with new quests and areas just ripe with adventure.
The new Imperial City expansion will be available for separate purchase at a price of $20 or can be accessed at no extra charge through the ESO Plus membership.
As with most game expansions, Imperial City is based on a story of chaos and war, which off course can only lead gamers to hours of peace seeking “warmongering”. The Imperial City itself has been overrun by the “noble” Prince Molag Bar which somehow meant that all three alliances now have to battle each other as well as the new occupier and his Deadric forces.
Well it is sometimes said that violence breeds creation, which in the case of Elder Scrolls Online could mean the extra “hours” of fun supplied by the Imperial City Expansion according to Bethesda.
Fighting will be set in and around the Imperial City and its Six Districts, which will make for quite a nice scenery while players seek their enemies and vow to destroy them.
The game publisher Bethesda Softworks is well known for some of its other games like Fallout 4, and is now likely concentrating on other planned game releases like “Doom” and “Dishonored 2”.
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