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The Elder Scrolls On-line: Firesong DLC is lastly right here for console gamers.
While arriving slightly later than its PC sibling, this new story DLC permits gamers to discover the “untamed island of Galen, the westernmost island of the Systres Archipelago” the place gamers can “dive deep into the lives and tradition of the druids, and struggle to defend Tamriel from the threats inside”.
“In The Elder Scrolls On-line: Firesong, gamers will lastly confront the Ascendant Lord and conclude their Legacy of the Bretons yearlong journey,” the workforce teases.
The Firesong DLC comes at no further value for ESO Plus members, and is obtainable individually for buy for non-members by the in-game Crown Retailer. It releases alongside Replace 36 that introduces Simplified Chinese language localisation, in addition to a “host of steadiness modifications, bug fixes, and new options”, together with the flexibility to position distinctive goal markers on enemies and a text-to-speech accessibility possibility.
Following September’s information that Google is pulling the plug on its Stadia cloud gaming service early subsequent yr, Bethesda has confirmed all Elder Scrolls On-line gamers utilizing the platform can switch their accounts and progress to PC.
“For the reason that information of Stadia shutting down,” the corporate wrote in a statement shared on Twitter, “Bethesda Softworks and ZeniMax On-line Studios have been discussing the subsequent steps for our Elder Scrolls On-line Stadia gamers and we respect your persistence.”
It follows comparable strikes by different publishers, with Ubisoft additionally confirming that it was working to let gamers convey their Stadia recreation purchases over to PC through Ubisoft Join.