Posted September 20, 2020 by David Latham in Feature
 
 

The Elder Scrolls Online: Markarth Story DLC Announced


Zenimax Online Studios has today revealed the epic conclusion to the The Elder Scrolls Online Dark Heart of Skyrim year-long story, which is coming in a DLC pack that will feature a new zone and arena, called Markarth.

The new zone will be called The Reach and will take players to one of the nine Holds of Skyrim where you will visit the ancient Dwemer city of Markarth while you play through about ten hours of new content which will complete the year-long Dark Heart of Skyrim story which began with the Harrowstorm DLC pack and also included the extensive Greymoor expansion pack which introduced Western Skyrim to the game, and the Stonethorn DLC pack which launched last month.

Rocket Chainsaw reviewed The Elder Scrolls Online: Greymoor at launch, giving it 4 stars and saying, “We’re looking forward to seeing what ZOS has in store for the remainder of 2020 because if the Elsweyr expansion was anything to go by, we could see Eastern Skyrim open up in a DLC pack.” While we didn’t get what we asked for, traveling to the Dwemer Hold is still pretty cool.

Watch The Elder Scrolls Online – Dark Heart of Skyrim Markarth Year-End Preview presentation below:

 

Discover The Elder Scrolls Online: Markarth and get an early preview into the new zone (the Reach) and storyline coming soon to the award-winning online RPG. Learn all about the new adventure and its place within the Dark Heart of Skyrim year-long epic, Tamriel’s upcoming in-game events (including the new Lost Treasures of Skyrim), and our exciting new celebration, Tamriel Together, that concludes another amazing year for The Elder Scrolls Online.

The Elder Scrolls Online: Markarth DLC will launch on November 2, 2020 on Windows PC and on November 10th on Xbox One and PlayStation 4, and for more information on the Dark Heart of Skyrim story, head to the official website.


David Latham

 
David has a Bachelor of Arts (Journalism) from a Group of Eight university, but only uses his very unique set of skills writing about video games. By day he's a stay-at-home dad, by night he's literally Batman. Where does he find the time?