The Elder Scrolls Online's 'Harrowstorm' DLC comes to Xbox One on March 10

Elder Scrolls Online Harrowstorm
Elder Scrolls Online Harrowstorm (Image credit: Bethesda)

What you need to know

  • The Elder Scrolls Online is an MMO set in Bethesda's famous Elder Scrolls universe.
  • It gets new content and DLC packs all the time with new dungeons, areas, and more.
  • The latest DLC, 'Harrowstorm,' is out now on PC and will come to Xbox One on March 10.
  • You can buy the base game from the Microsoft Store for $20.

For those of you who are still playing Bethesda's MMO set in the Elder Scrolls universe, some new DLC is coming your way to add new dungeons and experiences to the game. The 'Harrowstorm' DLC is coming to the Elder Scrolls Online on February 24, 2020 (today) for PC players, and March 10, 2020 for Xbox One and Playstation 4 players.

The new DLC will apparently add two new challenging dungeons, Unhallowed Grave and Icereach, that prepares for Bethesda's planned year of content they're calling the Dark Heart of Skyrim. These areas should explore even more of the Elder Scrolls expansive lore, and give players a ton of new content to play throughout the next year. The Elder Scrolls Online still has a dedicated fanbase of players that should get a lot of time out of the planned DLC. You can check out the full blog post from Bethesda here.

The Elder Scrolls Online still has some nagging issues with performance on certain platforms, and has received some criticism for the confusing nature of their various collections and releases. However, the game continues to be a valuable experience for fans of the Elder Scrolls universe, and explores a ton of areas and cultures including Skyrim and Tamriel. If you're interested in playing, the base game continues to get more affordable as time goes on, coming in at only $20 at the Microsoft Store.



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