Deadlands DLC to end “Gates of Oblivion” story in November
The one-year adventure for The Elder Scrolls Online: Blackwood ends in November with an all-new DLC and Update 32. Are you ready?
It’s hard to imagine that on November 1, 2021, for PC and Stadia, and November 16, 2021, for Xbox and PlayStation consoles, that the one-year adventure in “Gates of Oblivion” comes to an end as players prepare for the 20 hour games final with The Elder Scrolls Online: Deadlands.
The new DLC will include new worlds, new and weird allies, as well as the quest to totally and completely foil and the plans that Mehrunes Dagon actually had within 2 hours of DLC. Of course, those who played The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion will be a little spoiled as they dive into The Burn, a rather familiar place in the Deadlands.
This is not all, however. Players will be able to travel to the most dangerous region of the Deadlands known only as the Fargrave. Fargrave is one of the largest towns in The Elder Scrolls Online like a mystical desert metropolis covered with one thing: a giant skeleton in plain sight.
To help players prepare, they can also check out the official Patch 32 patch notes on the official forums once they become available in the coming days. The Deadlands Game Pack will be available from the in-game Crown Store or free to ESO Plus owners. In the meantime, do not forget to consult our review for The Elder Scrolls Online: Blackwood for PlayStation 4 and 5.
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