The Elder Scroll Online Fans Can Look Forward to March 11th 

The Elder Scroll Online Fans Can Look Forward to March 11th 

This year’s Gold Road Chapter promises to be an amazing experience for fans of The Elder Scrolls Online. When this new chapter launches in June, it will reveal a Daedric Prince that has never been seen before in addition to a brand-new zone, a cutting-edge gaming system, a new game mode, and an abundance of challenges and rewards. Currently, players must wait three months to begin this revolutionary chapter. The Elder Scrolls Online team is releasing more content in March to keep the hype going.

For those unaware, Elder Scrolls Online is a first-person multiplayer role-playing game that takes place in the second period of the Elder Scrolls universe, preceding the events of Skyrim. Since Tamriel’s version of the story is canon, players who are anxious to explore it will find it to be a compelling experience. Now is a great time to play the game because the ESO Gold Road Chapter, which is about the long-forgotten Daedric Prince Ithelia, will soon be released. A corresponding DLC is also scheduled for release on March 11 and promises new dungeons and tempting rewards.

The Oathsworn Pit and Bedlam Veil are two of the new dungeons in The Elder Scrolls Online’s newest DLC pack, Scions of Ithelia.

The Oathsworn Pit, formerly a hallowed Orc training area, has been plundered by a group of Wood Elves known as the Recollection. According to the DLC’s official blog article, the dungeon is home to three extremely strong bosses who use fire magic: Aradros the Awakened, the ultimate enemy, and the recently revealed Rethelros and Anthelmir.

Bedlam Veil, a demi-plane located in Maelstrom, serves as the battlefield where players must defend against throngs of cultists. Together with the Demiprince Fa-Nuit-Hen, players try to prevent a strange artifact from ending up in the hands of evildoers. Fa-Nuit-Hen, a talented duelist and scion of Boethiah, is described in a “Meet the Character” post. 

Although the post doesn’t specifically reveal any information about the Gold Road chapter, the fact that Fa-Nuit-Hen is a Scion of one of the Daedric Princes, Boethiah, may provide some hints. Bedlam Veil cultists might be connected to the Scions of Ithelia, implying a role for Fa-Nuit-Hen’s protected artifact in the next chapter.

The gameplay is enhanced when players complete both dungeons since they will be rewarded with alluring goodies such as the Cinders of Anthelmir Set and the Bloodmarks of Malacath skin. ESO Plus subscribers can get the 1,500 Crown Scions of Ithelia DLC for free.

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