Elder Scrolls Online’s Waking Flame DLC and update 31 are live on PC, Mac, and Stadia

Dungeoneers, Elder Scrolls Online’s latest DLC is yours for the buying, as Waking Flame is live on PC, Mac, and Stadia for 1500 crowns or free with your sub. As we’ve been covering since the DLC’s announcement back in June, this pack includes two PvE dungeons that tie into the Gates of Oblivion arc and serve as prologue to the Deadlands DLC that launches later this year.

“Red Petal Bastion: For centuries, the noble Knights of the Silver Rose had protected the people from Tamriel from the forces of Oblivion, but recently, the order has begun indiscriminately looting nearby shrines to collect holy relics, which they add to their fortress, the Red Petal Bastion. A devotee of Azura needs your help to confront this once-noble order, reclaim his stolen artifacts, and discover the secret behind the order’s sudden and violent turn.

“The Dread Cellar: Whispered to be one of the Empire’s most-feared prisons, the Dread Cellar, long thought abandoned, has begun emanating mysterious magical energies. Now home to the cultists of the Waking Flame and their Daedric minions, this once-feared site holds new evils for any would-be adventurers. A pair of Imperial Battlemages needs your assistance in their investigation of the prison’s activity, but what role does the Dread Cellar’s own past have in the cultists’ fiendish plans? And to what lengths might the Battlespire go to protect the Empire’s secrets?”

Update 31 arrives in the game today as well; it’s a free patch that adds several graphics adjustments for PC, along with “assorted bug fixes, balance changes, performance improvements, and a series of quality-of-life additions.” The largest Update 31 additions are actually for the console version of the game, though those won’t be launching until September 8th.

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