New Video Gives A First Look At The 'Elder Scrolls Online's 'Murkmire' Expansion eso gold farming

  • Date: 2018-09-17
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'Murkmire' is the next expansion pack for "Elder Scrolls Online'.CREDIT: ELDER SCROLLS ONLINE


The Argonians are a playable race of intelligent lizards in the Elder Scrolls Online who were enslaved by the Dark Elves until events that took place shortly before the game begins. Although they can be found throughout Tamriel, not much is known about them. ESO’eso buy gold   s upcoming Murkmire DLC aims to change that.

Players can get a first look at Murkmire with an hour-long ESO Live video recently released by Bethesda Softworks. Ed Stark (Zone Lead) and Leamon Tuttle (Senior Writer-Designer) take you on a guided tour of the Murkmire zone while providing a wealth of information about the history, lives and culture of the Argonian people. Casual fans may be surprised at how deeply ESO’s creative team thinks through everything you see on the screen. It’s not just eye candy although it does look good.

The tour begins at about the 13:15 point in the video. Murkmire is scheduled for release in December.




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