From today it is available on the first DLC of The Elder Scrolls Online since the launch of ESO: Morrowind in June. The DLC Horns of the Reach introduces two new dungeons: Falkreath Hold and Bloodroot Forge.
In addition to the novelty of Horns of the Reach, there are many improvements to the basic game, a new PvP mode for Battlegrounds, Chaosball, and a new map, Arcane University. Bloodroot Forge and Falkreath Hold, two new and challenging dungeons, see 4-player groups tackling the dreadful hordes of Dreadhorn Clan. Dungeons contain sets of unique items, monstrous masks, achievements, and collectable items.
In addition to the DLC, ZeniMax Online Studios also released the 15 update for PC and Mac, offering a number of free enhancements for everyone, as well as some important free additions to PvP Battleground mode for all ESO holders: Morrowind. Update 15 also includes problem solving, game balancing changes, additions, and enhancements.
The novelties of the Battleground include the new Arcane University arena, set in the ruined Cyrodiil University, and the new Chaosball mode, where players need to capture and protect a “ball” to gain points for their team.
The DLC Horns of the Reach with two dungeons is available for PC and Mac, free of charge for ESO Plus members or available at the Crown Store for 1,500 Crowns. Improvements to Update 15 are free for all players, while additions to the Battleground are free for ESO: Morrowind owners (Bouldering mode requires ESO expansion: Morrowind). Both will be released for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on August 29th. ESO-GOLD will add more basic ESO news and tips on an ongoing basis to help newbies get acquainted with the latest entry in the franchise.