Three things players should know before starting Elder Scrolls

  • The Deadlands DLC of Elder Scrolls Online introduces a large number of major game updates, including of course the addition of Deadlands itself. Before entering the new DLC, players who enter Elder Scrolls Online for the first time to relive the oblivion nostalgia of the Mehrunes Dagon realm should know a few things. Even players who have completed the Blackwood chapter may not know some important details about the many new updates to ESO.

    Deadlands DLC for The Elder Scrolls Online was released for PC players on November 1, 2021, but unfortunately, it is planned to be released on consoles later. For PlayStation and Xbox players, the DLC will open on November 16th in two weeks. The console user may delay solving any ESO Gold that the ESO server may encounter when the PC starts.

    The Blackwood chapter of Elder Scrolls Online was released as the second part of the Forgotten Door storyline in the summer of 2021. Although the Deadlands DLC is obviously shorter than the Blackwood chapter, there are other content besides the Deadlands main mission that connect the two stories together. At first, it served as its own independent storyline, and then after completing the main quest line, Lyranth will provide the real final quest line and the method to obtain ESO Gold. The premise is that the player has completed the Blackwood chapter.

    The Deadlands DLC is the last part of the storyline surrounding Mehrunes Dagon and his worship of Waking Flame. Although the DLC mainly follows its own independent narrative arc, after some tasks, it returns to the story of Blackwood and Dagon of Merunes. IGGM is a good place where players can go to ESO Gold Buy.