Deadlands, ZeniMax Online Studios’ fourth major expansion for The Elder Scrolls Online, will be released on November 1st. The last content pack will end the year-long Gates of Oblivion Elder Scrolls Online storyline and will take place in Mehrunes Dagon’s Deadlands, the hellish region inhabited by The Elder Scrolls IV’s Daedric prince.
The title’s most recent chapter, Blackwood, featured the return of the popular locale of Oblivion, as well as a new territory to explore with a lot of multiplayer and story content that pitted players against the infernal prince – who will take a central role in the climax.
Zenimax’s popular MMORPG, The Elder Scrolls Online, has received many additions since 2017. These DLCs have brought completely new locations, quest lines, classes, and even new features such as the Elder Scrolls Online Companions System, which allows players to acquire NPC companions.
In addition to its five main chapter expansions, Morrowind, Summerset, Elsweyr, Greymoor, and Blackwood, the title has received more than 15 DLC packs, which have further reinvigorated the MMO’s experience by introducing events and fan-favorite elements from past Elder Scrolls games.
The Deadlands DLC, which was revealed to be the last installment during Bethesda’s Elder Scrolls Online year-end broadcast, is slated to arrive in November and will conclude the story arc of Gates of Oblivion. In preparation for the game’s release, Bethesda created a new event called Bounties of Blackwood, in which players may engage to earn gifts or the Deadlands DLC.
The event will go until October 12th, when it will be followed by the prelude to the next expansion. An Apocalyptic Situation, the prologue, will be accessible through the Crown Store as a new – and free – quest. Deadlands, on the other hand, will contain a variety of locales such as The Burn, The Sever, and the city of Fargrave, where players will face off against Prince Mehrunes Dagon.
Despite its age, The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion is often regarded as the pinnacle of the Elder Scrolls series. The title, which was released during the seventh-generation console period, earned praise for its ambiance, plot, unique characters, missions, and RPG systems. These are said to be more developed than many of those seen in The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim and fans are hopeful Bethesda will borrow and build on them for The Elder Scrolls 6.
With the Deadlands expansion bringing a conclusion to the Gates of Oblivion narrative, the hellish prince may finally be laid to rest. Fans may begin participating in the Bounties of Blackwood event now and prepare for the newest adventure in The Elder Scrolls world, the Deadlands, which will be released on November 1 for PC and November 16 for Xbox and PlayStation.