Elder Scrolls Online Heading To Orsinium

By Mark Delaney, 2 years ago
The next expansion for The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited is on its way and Bethesda has shared plenty of new details for what they're saying is the game's largest add-on to date. The ancestral home to the world's Orcs, Orsinium exists in the Wrothgar Mountains. King Kurog presides over the land and has called upon "intrepid adventurers" to assist in revitalizing the land. Do you happen to know any intrepid adventurers?


Straight from the Orc's mouth, here's exactly what's included in the DLC, which promises to total over 20 hours of new content:

New PVE Content for All Players
Adventure through hours of captivating new content, no matter your level.

The Maelstrom Arena
A new solo arena challenge, The Maelstrom Arena, features nine combat rings and two different difficulty levels. Test your might against the fiercest enemies imaginable as you, and you alone, fight for your life and if victorious, are granted generous rewards.

New Public Dungeons
Old Orsinium and Rkindaleft, Orsinium’s sprawling public dungeons, feature all new-challenges for both solo and group play.

Orisinium-Exclusive Rewards and Items
Enjoy powerful new gear, unique crafting styles and other rewards inspired by the history and denizens of Wrothgar.

If you're more of a visually entertained gamer (is that redundant?), here's a pair of new trailers. The first is the reveal trailer, while the second is a livestream replay.

If trailers aren't your thing, perhaps you would prefer screenshots instead?

Orsinium City

Orsinium Grey Stone Quarry

Orsinium Malacath Statue

Orsinium The Siege

The ESO "Orsinium" DLC comes to Xbox One on November 17th as part of the ESO Plus membership, or sold separately for 3,000 crowns ($24.99) within the in-game store.
Mark Delaney
Written by Mark Delaney
Mark is a Boston native now living in Portland, Oregon. He's the Editorial Manager on TA, loves story-first games, and is one of three voices on the TA Playlist podcast. Outside of games he likes biking, sci-fi, the NFL, and spending time with his fiancée and son. He almost never writes in the third person.