The Elder Scrolls Online: Dunmer Politics

With The Elder Scrolls Online releasing their first dominant expansion pack within a month’s time, Bethesda have released a trailer, giving previews into the new DLC.

The new expansion pack is set 700 years prior to the preceding game, The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind, meaning that characters and places will be recognisable to the community. In the trailer, it shows the barbaric world of the Dunmer, in which the player will be travelling across in Vvardenfell. Like the main game, The Elder Scrolls Online, you have the option between three political houses: House Hlaalu, House Telvanni, and House Redoran. The game will intrigue you, and captivate you. As you discover and meet people throughout the game, it leaves you questioning who you can and can’t trust. Massacres will be unleashed. You will learn who your real friends are.

With the content launching across every platform on the 6th June 2017, you can check out the spine-tingling trailer below:

Are you excited for Morrowind? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below!

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