Orsinium Now Available for The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited (PC/Mac)

Orsinium, the second DLC game pack for the award-winning multiplayer roleplaying game The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited, is now available worldwide for PC and Mac. Orsinium will be available for Xbox One on November 17 and PlayStation 4 on November 18.

Orsinium, the ancestral home of the Orcs, is being rebuilt deep in the Wrothgar Mountains, and King Kurog has sent out a call across Tamriel for intrepid adventurers to assist in its rebirth.  The latest DLC game pack for The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited takes you to the mountains of Wrothgar, and to the Orc capital itself, to unravel plots and counter-plots, and encounter all-new enemies and allies. With well over 20 hours of content, Orsinium features a colossal new zone to explore, new quests and mysteries, a new single-player arena, new public dungeons, and much more!

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Additional DLC Details:

 

New PVE Content for All Players

Adventure through hours of captivating new content, no matter your level.

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The Maelstrom Arena

A new solo arena challenge, The Maelstrom Arena, features nine combat rings and two different difficulty levels. Test your might against the fiercest enemies imaginable as you, and you alone, fight for your life and if victorious, are granted generous rewards.

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New Public Dungeons

Old Orsinium and Rkindaleft, Orsinium’s sprawling public dungeons, feature all new-challenges for both solo and group play.

 

Orisinium-Exclusive Rewards and Items

Enjoy powerful new gear, unique crafting styles and other rewards inspired by the history and denizens of Wrothgar.

 

Orsinium is included with an active ESO Plus membership or is available for 3,000 crowns via the Crown Store. For more information visit elderscrollsonline.com.

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