The Elder Scrolls Online's Gates of Oblivion adventure concludes 1st November with the release of the Deadlands DLC, Bethesda has announced.
The final DLC in the year-long campaign hits the PC, Mac and Stadia version of The Elder Scrolls Online: Deadlands on 1st November, then PlayStation and Xbox on 16th November.
Bethesda went into detail on the Deadlands DLC in the stream, below:
Gates of Oblivion's plot is set 800 years before the events of Bethesda's 2006 role-playing game The Elder Scrolls 4: Oblivion. The story here is about finally foiling Mehrunes Dagon's plan to rule Nirn in what Bethesda says is a 20-hour finale.
The Deadlands includes The Burn, which features "molten rivers, flame-infused beasts, and towering metal spires", and The Sever, a never-before-seen area with fierce storms and winds.
But the highlight is Fargrave, one of the biggest cities in the game, Bethesda said. This is described as a "mystical desert metropolis" roofed by a massive skeleton. Here, you can craft, buy and sell goods while travelling between realms.
Bethesda said The Elder Scrolls Online has had over 19m players since it launched in 2014.
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