Horns of the Reach DLC is a game pack for The Elder Scrolls Online (ESO). It launched on PC/Mac on August 14th 2017 and Consoles on August 29th 2017. Horns of the Reach introduced two new dungeons (Bloodroot Forge and Falkreath Hold) and is packed full of excitement to keep your adventure rolling. This DLC pack also includes new items, monster masks and achievements. You’ll be able to grab Horns of the Reach via the in-game Crown Store or access it as part of ESO Plus.
What is the Horns of the Reach DLC ?
- "Something primal has awoken deep within the rocky steppes of Craglorn, and the forgotten flames of the Bloodroot Forge have been restoked by the blood rites of the Dreadhorn Clan. Bloodroot Forge is one of the new dungeons found in the Horns of the Reach DLC game pack, and it offers a brand new adventure for your group along with a host of new gear, collectibles, and other rewards. Want to find out more? Read our preview below!"
- "Falkreath is under siege, and it soon will fall to the Minotaurs and their Reachmen allies. Falkreath Hold, one of the two new dungeons found in the Horns of the Reach DLC game pack, pits you and your team against the hordes of the Dreadhorn Clan in a desperate attempt to save the city. Want the inside scoop on this new four-player challenge (including information on the armor sets, monster mask, and other unique rewards)? Check out our preview below."
ESO Horns of the Reach Review
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Horns of the Reach DLC Base Game Patch Features & Content
As usual, the DLC released in conjunction with a base game patch. Here are the highlighted features the patch. When Horns of the Reach launched, the base game also received a major (free!) update. You can read a full breakdown of Horns of the Reach Patch changes here.
The Horns of the Reach Update included:
- A new Battlegrounds map (Arcane University)
- A new Battlegrounds ruleset (Chaos Ball)
- New player houses
- New housing decoration
- New cosmetics
- New Crown Crates
- New holiday events
This update is available to all ESO players (though only Morrowind owners have access to the Battlegrounds content), even if they don’t pick up Horns of the Reach.
Horns of the Reach DLC Gallery