Murkmire DLC is a game pack for The Elder Scrolls Online (ESO). It launched on the year 2018 on October 7th for PC/Mac, and November 2nd for both the Xbox One and PlayStation®4. Murkmire is a standalone DLC game pack that will be available free to all ESO Plus members and for purchase for 3000 crowns eso-clockwork-city-crowns from the in-game Crown Store. The Murkmire DLC game pack features a new zone to explore, a new story quest to experience, and a new fast-paced Trial that is sure to challenge you and your comrades.
What is the Murkmire DLC ?
This new DLC game pack brings an entirely new zone to explore, a new main quest line to experience, a challenging new group arena to conquer, several new sets and more. Update 20 will arrive alongside the new DLC game pack and will bring big changes to Cyrodiil, new Music Box furnishings, and a series of Home Editor improvements and balance changes.
Alongside Update 20 here are some content added:
- A new zone to explore: Murkmire
- A new main story quest line
- A new 4-player arena: Blackrose Prison
- Destructible bridges and Milegates in Cyrodiil
- Quality-of-life improvements to the Housing Editor
ESO Murkmire Review
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Murkmire DLC Base Game Patch Features & Content
As usual, the DLC releases in conjunction with a base game patch. You can also check out a video linked below to learn more on what Update 20 means for players.
- Blackrose Prison Weapons
- PVP: Destructible bridges & milegates
- PVP: New outposts
- Housing adds music boxes
- Housing editor adds undo button, and move multiple objects at once
You can also check out a detailed explanation of the game patch and content for the Murkmire DLC below:
Murkmire DLC Gallery
An Argonian Warrior Tribe Training within Murkmire
Blackrose Prison is a special arena added with Murkmire that grants special rewards
The Hist may speak to Dryskins and reveal its secrets
New Argonian Style weapons and Armor are found in Murkmire
Find special stone slabs by defeating powerful beasts
Traditional Argonian Styles showcase the region's culture