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Posted by on Aug 15, 2017

Horns of the Reach is now available for The Elder Scrolls Online

Horns of the Reach is now available for The Elder Scrolls Online

The first DLC for The Elder Scrolls Online since Morrowind launched – The Horns of the Reach – is now here for PC and Mac, with a ton of new items, and two new dungeons for you; Falkreath Hold and Bloodroot Forge.

As well as the new content, there’s also lots of improvements to the base game, available to all players for free, as well as a new PvP Battlegrounds mode, Chaosball, and a new map, Arcane University. But if it’s Horns of the Reach you’re after, you can get it free if you have ESO Plus, or buy it in game via the Crown Store for 1500 Crowns.

Elder Scrolls Online

Bloodroot Forge and Falkreath Hold are the two new dungeons, putting groups of four players against the menacing Dreadhorn Clan. Both of these dungeons have unique item sets, monster masks, achievements, and collectibles. You can read about lore, enemies, and rewards for Bloodroot Forge and Falkreath Hold over on the ESO blog.

You can also get Horns of the Reach in a special Collector’s Bundle, which offers a unique selection of themed items in addition to the DLC game pack, including the Karthwolf Charger mount, Karthwolf Shepherd pet, and five Crown Experience Scrolls. This exclusive bundle is available for a limited time in the Crown Store for 3500 crowns, so get it quick!

Elder Scrolls Online

Battlegrounds, meanwhile, includes a new arena – Arcane University, set in the heart of Cyrodiil’s ruined university – as well as a new game mode, Chaosball, where players must capture and protect a “ball,” to earn points for their team. You can check out the ESO Battlegrounds preview here.

Update 15 general improvements are free for all players, while Battlegrounds additions are free for owners of ESO: Morrowind (you’ll need ESO: Morrowind anyway to play Battlegrounds). Both will release on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on August 29, 2017.

Viki Taylor

An avid gamer, writer, and photographer, looking for creativity and good storytelling in any possible medium, and wants to see games be considered art in the future.

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