ESO: The Flames of Ambition DLC is now available on PC
By kevin|March 11, 2021 7:40 AM|212 Views
Elder Scrolls Online's year-long Gates of Oblivion saga has officially begun with the Flames of Ambition DLC, which is live now and includes two new group dungeons, new item sets and collectibles, and more. The abandoned mansion is now overrun by monsters and arsonists, making up three main bosses and four optional secret bosses.
What's more, the developers have also released Update 29 into the game, which introduces a ton of free changes and improvements for all players. This includes a much-needed redesign to the Champion System for high-level players
The centerpiece of The Elder Scrolls Online: Flames of Ambition DLC are the two new dungeons. Black Drake Villa is a new four-player fire-themed dungeon located in the northern Gold Coast. players will team up with the adventurous Wood Elf scout Eveli Sharp-Arrow and search the hidden archives of a once-proud mansion
You'll find the other dungeon, Cauldron, in western Dashaan. It's another four-player dungeon, but here we've got an underground mine crawling with murderous cult members who've been kidnapping citizens of a quiet Dark Elf village. With the help of “Lyranth,” a Dremora, your job is to rescue the poor old Dark Elves and stop the sinister cult from carrying out a dark ritual with disastrous consequences.
Both of the new dungeons can be completed in Normal and Veteran modes, and Black Drake Villa's got an optional hard mode for an even bigger challenge. Naturally, both dungeons are crammed with loot, including new gear sets, achievements, and collectibles. And just by entering one of the new dungeons, you'll get the sweet Fire-Forged Maul outfit style you can see this brooding dude on the left rocking.
Launching alongside the Flames of Ambition DLC is update 29, a free patch for the base game that introduces a redesigned Champion system and character sheet, as well as a host of quality-of-life updates. As for the new Champion system, the high-level players should find it easier to align their characters with their chosen playstyles thanks to three new constellation groups. A “champion bar” has also been introduced, which allows players to equip up to four powerful boons on their character. In addition to the new Champion System, Update 29 includes other improvements and fixes, including an updated character sheet that shows advanced stats. Players will now better see how changes to their character (be it via Champion Points, abilities, gear, or attributes) impact their effectiveness.
Elder Scroll fans have a lot to look forward to in the upcoming days. several players reported that the game felt fresh with fights being more enjoyable. ESO gold is hot on sale at mmopixel.com welcome to place your orders to support you on your next journey.
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