Elder Scrolls Online’s Clockwork City DLC arrives October 23

Elder Scrolls Online has just put a date on the launch of the much-anticipated Clockwork City DLC bundle, which is taking players deep into the heart of Sotha Sil’s mechanical labyrinth.

“We’re excited to announce that the Clockwork City DLC game pack will be released on October 23 for PC/Mac and November 7 for PlayStation®4 and Xbox One. This DLC game pack will be free to ESO Plus members and available for purchase for 2000 crowns in the in-game Crown Store. In addition to the base version, the Clockwork City Collector’s Bundle will be also available for 4000 crowns in the in-game Crown Store and will include the DLC game pack, the Clockwork Skeevaton pet, the Kagouti Fabricant mount, and Five Crown Experience Scrolls.”

The downside is that’s gonna clash hard with the Destiny 2 PC release date. The upside is that the prologue quest is already live in the game, so you can get started right now and pick up a new collection memento.

Massively OP ESO columnist Larry Everett dived into the PTS late last month to produce impressions on the in-testing DLC, declaring that while it wasn’t as personally compelling to him as as the Thieves Guild DLC or as complex as the Dark Brotherhood DLC, it tops the game’s core storyline all by itself.

The base game is currently pretty cheap on the Humble store. You do not need to own Morrowind to play through this DLC!

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TBPlayer2112

I goofed around in the D2 beta just to see what all the hub-bub was about. It was pretty that’s for sure, but I think I’ll be passing on it. I enjoy shooters as much as the the guy/gal and the new Battlefront game will satisfy that itch nicely.
That being said I can’t wait for the Clockwork DLC to drop. Really looking forward to it.

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Jeff

Yeah I don’t see it clashing hard against Destiny 2, the folks who play ESO aren’t going anywhere.

it’s like I heard someone say at PAX “Why should I be interested in a bad Halo clone voiced by an actor I despise?”

Destiny has it’s fanbase and it’s niche.

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NeoWolf

To be fair there is no real reason why ESO would clash against Destiny they are both completely different games and genres.

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Ariel Domen

SOTHAAAAAAAAA :D
Finally a release date!!! Thanks.
Destiny 2 not a problem for me, don’t play those games.

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hurbster

Same here, not going to be a problem.

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