MMO The Elder Scrolls Online has just added two new dungeons as part of its Dragon Bones DLC pack: Scalecaller Peak, the burial site of a long-dead Dragon Priest that's now full of cultists, and the ancient Dwarven ruin of Fang Lair, which is packed with necromancers. And yes, there will be a dragon to fight—or the reanimated bones of one, at least—and you'll get a Dragon Priest mask as soon as you set foot in one of the dungeons.
Dragon Bones is available to ESO Plus players immediately. Others can pay 1500 Crowns via the in-game story or drop £9/$15 on the same. In addition to the DLC, there are numerous free updates for players as well. Update 17 brings a transmogrification system for changing the look of your armour and weapons by spending eso gold.
Additionally, the update will let you store bankable items in your home for the first time via storage containers. You'll get your first one when you level a character up to level 18 and you can purchase extras from vendors. You can also have storage containers at home to store bankable items. You might level a character to level 18 though. Additional storage containers will be provided by vendors. Finally, there’s a “Skills Advisor” tool that should provide some information on which skills to go for. If you own the Morrowind DLC, then two new PvP battlegrounds are available with Mor Khazgur and Deeping Drome.
Lastly, Update 17 includes a new 'skills advisor' tool, which helps you pick skills based on a chosen archetype, and two new PvP battlegrounds. Mor Khazgur and Deeping Drome will only be available to players that own TESO: Morrowind.