Clockwork City out now on PC for The Elder Scrolls Online

The Clockwork God and Father of Mysteries, Lord Seht, has arrived in The Elder Scrolls Online today on PC.

Clockwork City, the latest DLC for The Elder Scrolls Online will also release on PS4 and Xbox One on November 7th. It comes alongside Update 16 which adds numerous fixes, balance changes, performance improvements, and Xbox One X Support.

There’s also a new Trait Tracker system which enables you to see whether you’ve researched the unique trait of an item, and a new Battlegrounds game type for ESO: Morrowind owners, Crazy King. In this, you attempt to take a capture point location that randomly appears on the map.

Clockwork City is free for all ESO Plus Members, or can be grabbed on the Crown Store for 2000 Crowns. Here’s the full breakdown of what comes bundled with the content

·        INVESTIGATE A STRING OF MYSTERIOUS MURDERS – Across Tamriel prominent diviners, scholars, and planar archaeologists are being killed by their own shadows, and it’s up to you to investigate these deadly assaults

·        UNCOVER THE SECRETS OF THE CLOCKWORK CITY – Its very existence is a closely guarded secret and its location is known to only a select few beyond Sotha Sil’s inner circle. But now, intrepid explorers will brave the Clockwork God’s mechanical masterwork for the first time ever in The Elder Scrolls Online

·        COME FACE TO FACE WITH MECHANISED WONDERS – When exploring the Clockwork City, you’ll discover that it is both a workshop and a testing ground for Sotha Sil’s mechanical creations; living machines that can be as dangerous as they are fascinating

A WHOLE NEW REALM TO EXPLORE – In the Clockwork City DLC game pack, you must unravel a Daedric conspiracy, but the entire realm is a mystery in and of itself, and its true nature and purpose might be the greatest riddle of all!

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