The Elder Scrolls Online Announces 2018 DLC Plans
Zenimax and the Elder Scrolls Online is already looking forward to 2018. In a producer’s letter released over the Christmas weekend, the game looked back and ahead. The team talked about all of their major releases this calendar year.
“I think it is safe to say that the content in ESO: Morrowind includes some of the best quests we have ever created in ESO (although I always have a soft spot for Orsinium, which I love). The level of writing and the memorable characters you meet along way have raised the bar for all future DLCs and Chapters. The Clockwork City DLC also introduced our first Mini-Trial, which is 12-player co-op content, but with fewer bosses than a regular Trial. Based on the positive reception we got from it, we’ll be adding more of these in the future.”
The letter also details what’s going to be coming to Tamriel next year. Players can expect three more DLCs and a full Chapter for ESO in 2018. The first DLC will be announced just after the new year, and it will be dungeon based. Does it have a name? Yes it does. The Dragon Bones DLC will explore Nord themes, expanding upon the lore of that region.
In addition, besides adding the new content in 2018, the team will also focus on bug squashing and quality of life improvements. Read the letter in full here.