Elder Scrolls Online’s 4.2.2 hits the PTS with new Indrik mount and six in-game events

    
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The upcoming Elder Scrolls Online patch 4.2.2 is now up and available for testing on the game’s public test server, and it brings with it a slew of new content and in-game events for players to take for a spin. One of the new in-game events will allow players to acquire their very own Indrik mount by completing other in-game events to earn event tickets, which can then be traded to The Impresario to purchase Indrik feathers at a cost of 10 event tickets per feather. Once four feathers have been acquired, they can be used to summon a Nascent Indrik mount, which can then be evolved into a new form by feeding it unique berries, which can also be purchased at the Impresario for event tickets.

In addition to the Indrik mount summoning, there are six other in-game events primed and ready for testing: The Clockwork City Celebration will provide gathering, loot, and quest-reward bonuses to players adventuring in the Clockwork City zone, while the Undaunted Celebration event will grant players Mysterious Reward Boxes for completing Normal or Veteran dungeons through the in-game dungeon finder. The New Life Festival is also making its return, giving players the opportunity to complete new event quests for a chance at festive (and useful) rewards. The PTS is also playing host to the Midyear Mayhem, Morrowind Celebration, and Thieves Guild/Dark Brotherhood Celebration events, the full details of which you can find alongside the rest of the very extensive PTS patch notes on the game’s official forums.

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Doubleplusgood

Any information on if the clockwork DLC will go on sale for the clockwork celebration and when that might be?
I have been thinking of purchasing it but will wait if it goes on sale

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Mr.McSleaz

Doesn’t the DLC drop in price permanently when a newer DLC is released?

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Mr.McSleaz

Not a fan of Horse Mounts, I wish they’d make a Giant Crab mount. Maybe they have & I haven’t seen it yet ?

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cj

It is not a horse. The Indrik is like a magical deer that has both antlers and a horn with feathers.

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Mr.McSleaz

Still looks like a Horse.

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MrSaxon

Still my favorite MMO. There’s always new stuff to do and see, and it amazes me how quickly they release new content (Can’t wait for Murkmire, and I’m only half way through Summerset!) I’m also enjoying their newfound willingness to give away loot boxes for logging in, or for watching their streams (which I do anyway). Keep it up, ESO!

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thrash_hermit

I have a feeling that giving away loot boxes is a tactic to prevent them from being categorized as gambling, but I yeah I totally agree!