Marking the first downloadable content for The Elder Scrolls Online in both 2022 and the ‘Legacy of the Bretons’ in-game arc, Bethesda and Zenimax Online Studios have released The Elder Scrolls Online: Ascending Tide. This DLC pack will be available for the PC exclusively at first, before rolling out to Xbox and PlayStation versions of the MMO starting 29 March 2022.
Players can look forward to the return of several heroes from previous ESO adventures. The new DLC opens with a daring rescue of Jakarn from the mysterious Ascendant Order. Players will partner with Captain Kaleen for a heroic raid of the Coral Aerie, but they must be on the lookout for dark forces threatening the Breton people. The Coral Aerie is pitched by Bethesda as “a beautiful yet treacherous location, a perfect taste of the visuals to come in 2022”.
Players can also discover an abandoned, haunted shipyard known as Shipwright’s Regret. Said to be the largest fleet in Tamriel’s history, the legendary All Flags Navy is found in wreckage where lurking undead foes now call the ruins home.
Players can purchase the Ascending Tide game pack right now through the in-game Crown Store, or through maintaining an ESO Plus subscription.