Elder Scrolls Online's New DLC Pack Features Skeleton Dragons

Elder Scrolls Online's New DLC Pack Features Skeleton Dragons

Let sleeping dragons lie.

Bethesda is rolling out its next major expansion for Elder Scrolls Online, and its bringing with it skeleton dragons as part of the new DLC pack.

Th Dragon Bones DLC includes two new dungeons, Scalecaller Peak and Fang Lair. Each new dungeon will come with its own unique rewards and challenges.

Scalecaller Peak is the burial site of a bygone Dragon Priest now occupied by crazed cultists that plan on unleashing a deadly plague across the land. Meanwhile, at the Fan Lair, players will face off against a master necromancer who plans on reanimating the skeletal remains of a dragon.

Bethesda says that players will encounter new and returning enemies like "plague-ridden ogres, powerful sorcerers and their undead creations," and of course an undead dragon.

The Dragon Bones DLC dungeons will be playable in both normal and veteran modes, and even a veteran hard mode for the final boss. As a bonus for just starting the dungeons, you'll receive a Renegade Dragon Priest Mask for free, though you'll need to buy the DLC first.

Along with the new DLC pack is Update 17 which introduces the Outfit System to The Elder Scrolls Online. The Outfit System lets you tailor "virtually every aspect of your appearance, regardless of the gear you have equipped." You can do this via the Outfit Station (formerly the Dye Stations). Update 17 will be free to all players who own the game.

You can read the full list of upgrades coming with the new Update over at Bethesda's website.

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