We are all waiting for new content in The Elder Scrolls Online, and the latest expansion Elsweyr which will be released on June 4 won’t just bring along dragons. It also comes with a new class: The Necromancer!
“Together we will command the forces of the dead!”
In a video revealed by Bethesda, we see the Necromancer in a crypt, surrounded by skeletons, presenting himself as the “master of the dark arts,” urging others to join and command the dead. Of course, everyone is dying (pun intended) to make a new character and try new builds! Let’s check out the Necromancer, as presented by Bethesda on their YouTube Channel:
“The souls and corpses of the fallen are yours to command with the Necromancer, an all-new class coming with The Elder Scrolls Online: Elsweyr. Raise relentless undead, encase yourself in impenetrable bone, and weave severed flesh back together with the power of Tamriel’s dark arts.”
You will control the dead and raise them to fight by your side. But that’s not all you can do! You will also be able to create armor from bones and even use the dark arts to “weave severed flesh together” and create gruesome monsters.
This class will make The Elder Scrolls Online a lot more fun, adding new ways to play the game, and as soon as Elsweyr expansion gets released, we will be ready to play it!
“The Season of the Dragon”
Also known “The Season of the Dragon,” Elsweyr has been teased in a special Elsweyr prologue in March, as a celebration of the 25th anniversary of The Elder Scrolls, where players first saw the Elsweyr zone. The expansion will be released this summer, on June 4, but it is now available for preorder – so you can be the first to play the new chapter!
The Necromancer class looks very promising and seems to come with more tricks that will surely be revealed this week. Bethesda will keep on slowly showing everything we need to know about the Necromancer, so keep an eye on the fresh updates here.
The Elder Scrolls Online can be played on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.
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