The Elder Scrolls Online‘s latest DLC game pack, Horns of the Reach, will include two new dungeons, Bloodroot Forge and Falkreath Hold, as well as a base game update that features a new Battlegrounds map and game type and a host of quality-of-life improvements.
These two brand-new dungeons will be conquered as a group. Bloodroot Forge is an ancient, long-forgotten forge that was recently rediscovered by the Reachmen and their minotaur allies. This forge, rumored to have been created by the Daedric prince Hircine, can create weapons of unbelievable power.
Falkreath Holdi is a township under siege that will soon fall to the marauding hordes of Domihaus the Bloody-Horned. You and your companions must break the siege, move into the town and Jarl’s Hall, and defeat the monstrous warlord himself. These new dungeons will be available in both normal and veteran modes.
A new map, Arcane University will be introduced to the regular Battlegrounds rotation. This map, set in a college in the Imperial City features heavy indoor fighting, tricky teleporters, and high platforms that force you to watch your feet at all times.
Chaosball is the new Battlegrounds game type. In Chaosball, you must capture and hold onto the “ball” for as long as you can. The longer you hold onto the ball, the more points you earn.
When it comes to improvements; this update will bring ability to cancel a research project mid-way, Guild Invite History, and an update to the currency system that allows you to deposit Alliance Points and Writ Vouchers into your bank.
The Horns of the Reach DLC game pack is coming to all platforms this August and will be available in the Crown Store and with ESO Plus membership. Later this week, it enters the PTS. For more detailed information, visit here.