The Xbox-plus-Bethsoft E3 games showcase held a bit of news for MMO players, if you can rip your eyeballs away from Starfield long enough to get caught up!
First, Elder Scrolls Online fans already knew that Console Enhanced had been delayed a smidge. It’s now coming June 15th, though, so you haven’t got long to wait. Players can get hyped for a free trial starting tomorrow as well.
— The Elder Scrolls Online (@TESOnline) June 13, 2021
And we got our first look at the two DLC that will fill out the back half of the year. The dungeon DLC is called Waking Flame, while the story DLC this fall will cap off the story – that one’s called Deadlands.
“The Elder Scrolls Online: Deadlands is ESO’s major fall release and concludes the year-long Gates of Oblivion adventure. Similar in scope to other recent zone DLCs such as Markarth or Dragonhold, in Deadlands, you can explore the Prince of Destruction’s realm of Oblivion. While you have had the chance to visit parts of Mehrunes Dagon’s realm in previous ESO adventures, this is only the second time a Daedric realm is available as an explorable zone in the game!”
The Fallout 76 reveals might actually have been more intriguing, as Bethsoft announced the Steel Reign questline as a free follow-up to Steel Dawn. That’s come along with a free-play week through June 16th, and Expeditions: The Pitt coming next year.