Elder Scrolls Online Drops First Round Of DLC For "Legacy Of The Bretons"
The Ascending Tide DLC sets things up for the High Isle Chapter.
Today, The Elder Scrolls Online players are getting their first taste of the "Legacy of the Bretons" content with the release of the Ascending Tide DLC. The new DLC adds two new dungeons to the game – Shipwright's Regret and The Coral Aerie. The first is an abandoned, haunted shipyard containing the largest fleet in Tamriel, All Flags Navy. There, players will face their undead enemies, uncover secrets, and discover loot (as is appropriate for haunted shipyards).
The other dungeon tasks players with helping Captain Kaleen explore the Coral Aerie, a "beautiful yet treacherous location", keeping an eye out for threats to the people of Breton. It’s also intended to be a taste of what players can expect from some of the visuals coming later this year.
Ascending Tide is available on PC today and can be purchased via the in-game Crown Store. It will unlock automatically for ESO Plus subscribers. Those on Xbox and PlayStation will have to wait until March 29.
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