Elder Scrolls Online Morrowind DLC Now Free

Elder Scrolls Online Morrowind DLC Now Free

Elder Scrolls Online players can now all access the Morrowind DLC for free.

Elder Scrolls Online Morrowind DLC Now Free

All ESO players now have the chance to explore the home of the Dark Elves for no cost at all as the Morrowind DLC is now available for all.

To celebrate the arrival of the High Isle Prologue quest coming soon, Zenimax has given everyone a chance to own the Morrowind DLC by awarding it for free and it will remain free for the foreseeable future. The prologue quest takes players to Vvardenfell.

For ESO veterans who may have older copies of the base game may have missed out on Morrowind (as now its included as part of the base game).

Elder Scrolls Online Morrowind

Venture through Morrowind, home to the Dark Elves

If you don’t currently appear to have access to Morrowind on your account, visit the Crown Store where you can pick it up for absolutely nothing.

The Morrowind DLC

If you haven’t adventured through the Morrowind chapter in ESO, you will enjoy Vvardenfell as it is a well-known area for Elder Scrolls fans. The region has more than 30 hours of the main storyline to enjoy and takes place 700 years before the events of Elder Scrolls III.

While you will find familiar settings from the Elder Scrolls series of games, the Morrowind DLC is set in a different time, and you can even see Vivec City under construction. Take up the class of Warden which allows players to wield the power of nature in battle.

Also in the area is the Trial (12 man raid)  The Halls of Fabrication, and PvP mode: Battlegrounds. So there’s plenty to keep you busy in this DLC. We gave Morrowind a 10/10 in our DLC breakdown review, so don’t forget to pick it up if you haven’t done so yet.

If you want to know what’s coming to Elder Scrolls Online be sure to check out next Elder Scrolls Online Releases The Ascending Tide DLC Plus Update 33 On PC, MAC And Stadia. Be sure to drop by our The Elder Scrolls Online wiki for all the latest.

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