ESO: Markarth in November and several events await before the end of the year

This is the last months of the year in ESO.

On Saturday, Zenimax Online announced the final DLC in The Dark Hearth of Skyrim story, which began this spring with Harrowstorm and was followed by the expansion Greymoor. On November 2, players on PC, Stadia and Mac will be able to take part in the final adventure Markarth. Playstation 4 and Xbox One will have to wait until November 10. The DLC can then be purchased in the Crown Store, and is free for everyone with ESO Plus.

Markarth is an epic ending to the story that stretched over the year. Explore a new dangerous zone in the Reach, ally yourself with unimaginable characters and confront an ancient vampire and his armies. Markarth also introduces a brand new solo arena, Vateshran Hollows, designed to test the strength, courage and cunning of players with challenging bosses, multiple unlockable paths and hidden secrets.

This DLC is already out on the PTS.

Adventurers, on the other hand, can already now take part in the prologue to Markarth, completely free of charge. It takes players on a mission that leads directly to the story in Markarth. If you want to take part in it, you just need to click on the Crown Store and pick up the assignment. Anyone with the basic game The Elder Scrolls Online can take part in the prologue.

Lost Treasures of Skyrim event

Starting tomorrow, players can join Lost Treasures of Skyrim by using Antiquities to dig up treasures. The collective is challenged to collect as many treasures as they can to unlock three levels of unlockable rewards. These include cosmetic items, a pet, a new house and the first ever guest.

Read more at Lost Treasures of Skyrim.

Later on, more event fans are recognizing from last year. On October 22, we see the witches return to the Witches Festival, and on November 25, it’s time for all adventurers to celebrate the Undaunted Celebration. Of course, the New Life Festival awaits between the end of the year between 21 December and 2 January.

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