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Clockwork City DLC arrives to The Elder Scrolls Online

Only for PC and Mac players for the time being.

The Elder Scrolls Online is growing more and more as time goes on, and now the RPG has received Update 16 and the brand new Clockwork City DLC both for PC and Mac, with PS4 and Xbox One players able to join the fun on November 7.

The Clockwork City DLC includes a new location called Sotha Sil's Clockwork City to explore, two world bosses, daily quests, and unique rewards.

"Something is amiss at the heart of the Clockwork City," the official description reads. "Enter this mechanical wonderland and uncover a Daedric plot that threatens not only the Clockwork God's creation, but all of Tamriel. This new story quest line is similar in size to those found in the Dark Brotherhood or Thieves Guild DLC game packs, providing an exciting adventure for both new and old players alike."

You can also take part in The Asylum Sanctorium as part of the expansion, these being 12-player Trials where players decide how difficult the experience will be. Of course the best rewards come to those who take the most difficult challenge though.

Clockwork City is available free of charge for ESO Plus subscribers, but you can also get for 2000 crowns from the in-game Crown Store, or you can buy the Clockwork City Collector's Bundle for 4000 crowns (packs of 750 crowns cost £5.99, 1,500 costs £10.99, 3,000 costs £18.99, and so on). This will give you the DLC game pack, a Clockwork Skeevaton pet, a Kagouti Fabricant mount, and Five Crown Experience Scrolls.

For more information, visit this link. Which part of the DLC interests you most?

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