Imperial City, the newest DLC for the Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited  is now available on PC and Mac. (It will arrive on Xbox One and PlayStation 4 on September 15 and 16, respectively.)

Imperial City has fallen to Daedric Prince Molag Bal, and a battle must be waged against the Daedric forces. There’s also infighting among the alliances, of course. The DLC is the Elder Scrolls Online’s first, and contains hours of new content:

●      New PVE and PVP Content
Featuring six distinct Imperial Districts, battle against the forces of Molag Bal as well as the other Alliances.

●      Additional Dungeons
The extensive Imperial Sewers network offers new PVP and PVE challenges for small groups of adventurers, while White-Gold Tower and Imperial Prison challenge PVE adventurers with both Normal and Veteran difficulties.

●      New Quests, Enemies, and Characters
Whether participating in massive PVP battles in the Imperial Districts or adventuring in one of the new dungeons, players will be introduced to new quests and enemies, including the Xivkyn.

●      Additional Weapons, Armor, and Currency
Fight the forces of Molag Bal to plunder Tel Var Stones, a new form of currency you can use for exclusive Veteran Rank 16 weapons and armor, or search for new Treasure Vaults containing other rare finds.

●      Imperial City-Exclusive Collectibles and Items
Exploring Imperial City or visiting the Crown Store will reward the player with a host of new collectibles including pets, mounts, costumes, and polymorphs.

The Elder Scrolls Online is a massively multiplayer online roleplaying game based on the Elder Scrolls franchise that includes the critically acclaimed most recent single-player game Skyrim. Players can choose from a number of fantasy races and go adventuring in the massive high fantasy world of Tamriel. The Elder Scrolls Online was first released in April of 2014. It is available for Windows PC, Mac, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.

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