Zenimax Online Studios today announced that PC and Mac players will be able to access the highly anticipated Orsinium DLC for the award-winning MMORPG, The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited. Console players won’t be able to access the content for a couple of weeks as November 17th will see Orsinium made available on Xbox One with PlayStation 4 unlocking the DLC one day later, on November 18th.

The release of Orsinium is the second DLC pack for The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited and offers players the opportunity to explore the ancient ancestral home of the Orcs for the first time. Creative Director Rich Lambert posted a welcoming message for a new and returning players, offering insight into the DLC and information relating to the next main focus of the development team, the arrival of the highly anticipated Thieves Guild DLC.

Welcome, everyone, to our second DLC game pack – Orsinium! This is by far our largest DLC to date, and one of the largest zones we’ve ever built. There is a huge amount of content to discover with tons of new quests, group bosses, delves, public dungeons, new items, and of course the PVE game mode – the Maelstrom Arena. The team has really outdone themselves with Orsinium and I know you are going to be amazed when you get in and experience what has been built.

Orsinium isn’t just a new zone, however. The base game patch for this DLC includes a large number of quality of life improvements that everyone gets access to including controller support, battle leveling updates, subtitles, shield dyeing, LFG improvements, and the Champion Point cap and catch-up system. We’re committed to the continual improvement of the game and making sure we’re delivering a high quality, fun experience for all.

I know a lot of you are already asking, “What’s next for ESO?” Well… aside from a short, well deserved holiday break for the team, our focus is on the Thieves Guild DLC. With it comes a new Trial as well as a myriad of other bug fixes and quality of life improvements. We will have more details on the Thieves Guild and the other DLCs in the new year.
Elder Scrolls Online, Creative Director, Rich Lambert

Source: Press Release