Elder Scrolls Online’s Dragonhold DLC is officially live on PC

    
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Elder Scrolls Online’s Dragonhold DLC, the last DLC for the game in 2019, is officially live for PC and Mac players today. Console players as always will be waiting a bit longer – this time until November 5th. Subbers, of course, have automatic access to the DLC, while everyone else can buy it outright for 2000 crowns (just not there’s no buyable bundle for 2000 crowns, so if you’re starting from scratch, you’ll be paying about $25 for the 3000-crown bundle).

“Dragonhold features Southern Elsweyr, a new story zone with three unique biomes, and packed with delves, world bosses, quests, Dragon hunts, and more,” ZeniMax reminds us. Notably, the studio has also pushed out update 24 to all players pay or free, which includes the “first wave” of the performance upgrades it’s been promising since last summer. “This first batch of changes includes a memory management overhaul, the first phase of combat ability performance improvements, and a complete redesign of the Looking for Group system.”

Here comes the launch trailer and pics!

Catch up on all our coverage of this patch and DLC

Source: Official site, press release

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Mewmew

Which also means the huge Halloween property is out for sale now too. It sure is one huge place. Sadly I don’t have the extra $120 to spend on it at the moment.

I’ve bought one of these huge expensive houses after building up a whole lot of IAP currency while not playing during a break (when I do play I can’t help but blow it all on lockboxes), but I still have a hard time getting over the prices of these homes in ESO.

That one huge house they gave away to everybody who bought Summerset, I bought Summerset two hours after the last day ended and missed it, and the CS Rep said that was too bad it was two hours too late and that’s that. I sort of feel like if I got a different Rep, I could have actually got someone that would have been more sympathetic and tried to help get me the property, which is a bit annoying. But that’s the way it goes sometimes.

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Bryan Correll

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Bryan Correll

As a relatively new player I’m still playing catch-up with all the existing content. And doing a pretty scattershot job of it.

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rafael12104

I’m starting a new toon from scratch so, don’t hesitate to ask if you want to run through something. I don’t play the game often so I feel like everything is new and improved.

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Bruno Brito

Since i’m quite dissapointed with my sorc, i’m thinking of making a templar.

Decisions decisions.

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Bryan Correll

Just do what I do. Make one of everything and if there’s one you like playing keep playing it.

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Bruno Brito

It’s less of a problem with the class themselves, and more of a problem with practical builds.

For instance: My entire proponent for making a Sorc was to make a plate armor shield juggernaut that would be similar to an Warhammer Chosen. He would be a soloist. The idea was to be a magicka character with a onehanded/shield.

But the way that ESO works, that’s kinda problematic, since the would have to be decked in cloth ( more damage, less protections ), swordnboard doesn’t offer sustain, and sorc sustain is tied to surge and boundless storm, taking out 2 skills from the bar. Also, i HATE bar switching.

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rafael12104

Yes sir. I’m in for all of that. Woot!