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The Elder Scrolls Online: Wrathstone

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Game Information

Available on:PlayStation 4Mar 12, 2019
Xbox OneMar 12, 2019
PCFeb 26, 2019

Publisher: Bethesda Softworks

Genres: MMO, RPG

The Season of the Dragon begins here! This epic, year-long adventure takes you into the heart of Elsweyr and beyond, and it all starts with two exciting new dungeons to challenge you and your group: Frostvault and the Depths of Malatar! Explore hazardous ruins, face deadly guardians, and claim both halves of the powerful and mysterious Wrathstone!

The intrepid treasure hunter Tharayya needs your help to explore an ancient Dwemer complex, once frozen shut for eons, to find a mythical artifact.

The lost Vault of Mhuvnak might be accessible to explorers, but this dangerous complex is already home to a fearsome goblin tribe and endless Dwemer automatons. Steel yourselves, for whatever is buried within the Frostvault will not be relinquished without a fight.

Discover the terrible fate of a long-lost Imperial expedition and delve deep into the heart of a sunken Aleyid ruin and the secrets it protects.

This is not the first time the doors to the cursed keep of Malatar have opened. If you wish to avoid your predecessors’ fate, you must overcome monstrous defenders and powerful Daedric agents to claim its ancient knowledge for yourself!


Digital Chumps

9 / 10.0
Digital Chumps

Wrathstone kicks off the year-long Season of the Dragon, a new series of downloadable content for The Elder Scrolls Online. Each new DLC released this year will build off the last and continue the story throughout the year.  The DLC plunges players into two new dungeons, each of which holds half of the Wrathstone. Players must work together in a team of four to help an artifact hunter recover the Wrathstone. The path is dangerous, but the content is fantastic.

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With only two new Dungeons to explore, Wrathstone is a far more reserved DLC than Murkmire. However, its higher difficulty and prelude to Elsweyr make it thrilling never-the-less.

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