The Elder Scrolls Online’s Wrathstone DLC goes live on PC on February 25, console March 12

    
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Have you been waiting anxiously to find out when you’ll be able to delve into the mysteries and adventurers of The Elder Scrolls Online’s Wrathstone DLC? Well, the wait is over, as ZeniMax has announced that Wrathstone will be hitting PC on February 25th, with the PS4 and Xbox One versions following shortly thereafter on March 12th.

The release of Wrathstone will introduce the mysterious Dwemer complex known as the Frostvault and the Aleyid ruins of Malatar, each with its own array of challenges and rewards. It will also mark the beginning of the Season of the Dragon, which will continue in June with the release of the full-scale Elsweyr expansion, plus two additional DLCs before the year’s out. If you want to brush up on your Khajit knowledge before you venture into the feline race’s enigmatic homeland later this year, be sure to check out the latest Tamriel Infinium, in which our own Larry Everett delves deep into the lore and history of the noble beastmen.

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Roger Melly

I’ll wait until a free weekend and do it then . These DLC’s really are not worth the money to me .

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Chris Walker

Earlier than I expected. Looking forward to it! Way to go Zenimax, keep on doing what you do.

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Castagere Shaikura

Love the Racial passive changes too. The game has favored the elitist when it comes to group content for far too long. Now it will be very different. The elitist meta and mid/max players have controlled group content way too long. I love how they are complaining on the forums too. It just proves how stupid it is to follow the meta in an MMO since they are always changing. Not just the passive changes but the 20% boost you get for have a 100 cp in each of the three trees too. That’s a 20% boost to magic, health, and stamina.

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Mordyjuice

Any one know if they curbed the difficulty back on normal to make it easier for filthy casuals like me? ESO DLC dungeons have a rep of being designed for the Elite few as opposed to the masses, and while these 4 Mans were self contained stories in the past we now see a situation where these new 4 Mans will be important for this whole year long Story Arc.

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Castagere Shaikura

From what I’m hearing the passive changes is why they made them.

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Kevin Flanagan

I’m curious about that too. I am decent at the solo stuff, but I get anxious about going into group content. Normally I wouldn’t care about the dungeons too much, but like you mentioned, this being part of an arc I kind of want to check it out.

I suppose I should just cut my fangs on some of the already available dungeons first to see if I can hack it.

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Toy Clown

You’re header needs correcting, as PC releases on Feb 25th. :)

I’m excited about the race changes coming in. I’ve dusted off my Bosmer MagSorc in preparation!

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Saxon Myers

Is that when Update 21 comes out?

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Toy Clown

Yes, PC on Feb 25th and March 12th on XBox/PS4.

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PanagiotisLial1

Yes I like the race changes too

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Mordyjuice

Beat me to it.