E3 2019: Everything we know so far about Elder Scrolls Online’s new DLC, Scalebreaker and Dragonhold


The Elder Scrolls Online got a spotlight during Bethsoft’s BE3 showcase last night, but it was surprisingly brief, with the highlights being the trailer and the names of the two new DLC. We guess it made more time for DOOM, but we just wanted to see more Tamriel! Anyway, fortunately ZeniMax had up much more information for players after the show.

The first DLC, coming in quarter three of this year, is called Scalebreaker, and it’s the dungeon-focused pack with two new dungeons, Moongrave Fane and Lair of Maarselok.

“Both of these challenging new dungeons are part of the Season of the Dragon storyline, pitting you and your team against Dragons like the ones you faced in Elsweyr. However, not all want to destroy the legendary beasts, and the Halls of Colossus was not the only place that held Dragons. Both dungeons showcase stunning new environments, challenging battles, and compelling stand-alone stories that tie into the Season of the Dragon. The battles ahead might appear daunting, but those brave few willing to face the challenges within Moongrave Fane and Lair of Maarselok will receive powerful new items and unique collectibles as rewards.”

As for the second DLC, that one’s called Dragonhold, and it’s due out by the end of the year and will presumably bring to a close the Season of the Dragon plot that’s dominated 2019. Explorer types, this one’s for you, as Dragonhold introduces the new Pellitine zone in Southern Elsweyr, “a lawless wasteland impacted by a deadly plague almost 20 years ago.” This is where popular lore character Sai Sahan comes in.

“[In Pellitine], you must gather allies (including fan-favorite Sai Sahan), reform the ancient Dragonguard order, develop powerful new tools and weapons, and put an end to the Dragon menace before it threatens to engulf all of Tamriel,” the studio writes. “As a Zone DLC, the region of Southern Elsweyr will be filled with new quests, Delves, World Bosses, and, of course, Dragon Hunt events, too.”

Source: Bethsoft
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