ELDER Scrolls Online has just released its next major update.
The big patch has landed on the public test servers along with the new Lost Depths DLC.
As it is on the PTS, you can’t win the rewards with your main characters yet, but you can get an early look at all the new content.
This update and DLC will be officially released on August 22nd on PC via Steam, Mac and Google Stadia, and on September 6th for Xbox and PlayStation consoles.
The Lost Depths DLC brings two new dungeons packed with unique loot and rewards, while Update 35 brings major changes to base game combat, as well as new item sets and furnishings.
We’ll update you on the biggest changes and give you the full Elder Scrolls Online patch notes so you don’t miss a thing.
New Dungeons – ESO Lost Depths
As already mentioned, the two new dungeons are the main attraction of this DLC. The first, Earthen Root Enclave, is a spiritual sanctum for the druids of the Systres, although it is now under attack from the Firesong circle, so it will be your job to defend it.
The second dungeon is Graven Deep, a mysterious region where ships disappear as soon as they enter. You head there with Pirate Dhulef to try to uncover the mysteries that lie in wait.
Earthen Root Enclave is located to the southwest of High Isle and Graven Deep to the south of Amenos.
New item sets – ESO Lost Depths
Of course, both dungeons have a selection of item sets that you can only acquire as rewards in the dungeons. Each comes with light, medium, and heavy sets, as well as a monster mask.
In Earthen Root Enclave, you can get the Stone’s Accord light set, the Rage of the Ursauk medium set, the Deeproot Zeal heavy set, and the Archdruid Devyric monster mask.
In Graven Deep, you can get the Grave Unevitability light set, the Phylactery’s Griff medium set, the Pangrit Denmother heavy set, and the Euphotic Gatekeeper monster mask.
New Achievements and Titles – ESO Lost Depths
A whopping 46 new achievements are available for completing specific feats in the Lost Depths DLC, many of which are centered around the new dungeons.
In addition, you can claim six new titles such as “Invader’s Bane”, “Earthen Root Champion” or “Fist of Tava”. To get these, you must complete the achievement of the same name.
New Rewards for the Worthy – ESO Update 35
In the base game you can now get new “Rewards for the Worthy”, which are rewards for PvP that you get straight to your mailbox for every 20,000 Alliance Points you earn.
The Languor of Peryite light set, Nocturnals List medium set, and Mara’s Balm heavy set are all available now, so start collecting Alliance Points in Cryodil of Battlegrounds to get your hands on them .
Major Combat Overhaul – ESO Update 35
For better or for worse, significant changes have been made to combat mechanics to balance damage output, particularly Light and Heavy Attacks.
Before Light and Heavy Attacks scaled with your highest offensive stats, but now their damage levels are flat. However, medium attacks will still scale as usual.
There are many technical changes, which you can read about in the full patch notes the official ESO blogwhich include adjustments to damage and healing over time.
Written by Ryan Woodrow on behalf of GOOD LUCK AND HAVE FUN.
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