Explore the wilds of the Reach and prepare to confront a Vampire Lord and his ancient army in The Elder Scrolls Online: Markarth, available now on PC and Google Stadia, and headed to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on November 10, 2020.
The Markarth story content revolves around the player character and their allies heading into the Reach to take on a vampire lord and their army. This is sure giving me flashback’s to Skyrim‘s vampire-related content, which debuted in the Dawnguard expansion for the main game shortly after launch.
Update 28 for The Elder Scrolls Online is launching today alongside the Markarth DLC. While this update chiefly fixes a slew of bugs and glitches for all players on all platforms, it crucially introduces the Item Set Collection feature, which allows players to free up tons of inventory space by adding items to their Collections and bundling them together.
The DLC contains two new zones in the Reach and Arkthzand Caverns with new quests, characters, and challenges. It also contains new rewards and items sets as the Dark Heart of Skyrim storyline concludes.
There’s a new solo arena as well called Vateshran Hollows, in addition to QoL improvements, a new Item Set Collection system, and more. The DLC is included in your ESO Plus subscription. Alternatively, you can buy it in the Crown Store.
The Tamriel Together event is still in full swing for all Elder Scrolls Online players. An annual celebration of the game’s community, the event rewards players for taking part in various event quests with pets, costumes, furnishings, Event Tickets, and more.
Patch Notes for Update 28 are quite extensive and cover off the DLC, in addition to a bunch of fixes and improvements for the base game and its chapters. These fixes range from crafting, the economy, dungeons, group content, exploration, itemization, housing, and more.