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Elder Scrolls Online's Clockwork City DLC details revealed

It's coming this autumn.

The official website for The Elder Scrolls Online has provided new details for the Clockwork City DLC coming this autumn, and it seems as if there's a lot coming in this expansion, included as part of the ESO Plus membership and available in the Crown Store too.

It's worth noting, first of all, that a copy of ESO: Morrowind is needed to access this content, but Clockwork City will bring a new zone, story quest, and a Trial for players to try, as well as a free base game update including a new Battlegrounds mode for Morrowind owners, Xbox One X support, and the usual fixes and tweaks.

"In the Clockwork City DLC game pack, you can enter Sotha Sil's legendary creation and explore his mysterious mechanical world," the websit explains. "Previously, you might have experienced a small part of the Clockwork City in The Elder Scrolls Online chapter update, ESO: Morrowind, or had visited the mechanical realm 700 years in the future in The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind. However, with this new DLC game pack, you'll be able to explore it like never before."

"As you travel this new zone, you'll discover a strange and unique environment where the buildings, creatures, and even some of the inhabitants are complex mechanical constructs. Central to this new zone is the Brass Fortress, your primary hub location. There, you'll find merchants, crafting stations, and important NPCs. While the Brass Fortress might be relatively safe for travelers, as you venture beyond its walls, you'll find yourself in constant peril thanks to wild Fabricants and other dangers. The mechanical constructs of Sotha Sil are rarely hospitable to mortals."

There are two World Bosses, two Delves, the aforementioned Trial, and a whole load of other quests with new items and collectibles as rewards, and if you were interested in the Daedric Princes of Oblivion, you'll be pleased to know this expansion will continue to show the conflict between them.

A brand new Transmutation system is also included, which lets players change the traits of gear like weapons and armour via a Transmutation station. Special crystals will also be required for this as well, and these can be earned by completing Veteran level content.

For more on the expansion be sure to check out the website. Which part of it is most interesting?

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