Bethesda Announces Two New DLCs For The Elder Scrolls Online

During the E3 2017 conference in Los Angeles, Bethesda announced the arrival of two new DLCs for The Elder Scrolls Online. Horns of the Reach and Clockwork City, these expansion names, were presented with a first trailer that you can see at the middle of the article.

The company also seized the opportunity to announce that The Elder Scrolls Online has reached 10 million players, and that the userbase of its MMORPG continues to grow steadily on all platforms. A release date for DLCs has not been widespread, so we expect any updates from Bethesda in the coming weeks.

The Spellcrafting Is Still Planned For The Future Of The Elder Scrolls Online

The Elder Scrolls Online has been attracting you since the release with a feature that allows you to create your own spells and skills. Until now the Spellcrafting was nowhere to be seen. But now there was a sign of life.

Morrowind, the new chapter on ESO, is online soon and includes the long-awaited PvP Battlegrounds and a new class called Warden. However, what is still missing is the Spellcrafting feature that lets you invent your own spells. Spellcrafting have been ghosting for years by the announcements of the developers and user forums, but so far nothing concrete has been loud.


ESO – Spell Crafting – Forever in the Developer’s Room?

But what is Spellcrafting? According to the information so far known, one should look in the Spellcrafting special runes in the world and from these then basic spells learn. These should then be provided with further components by means of their own crafting system after heart failure. For example, by developing a single-target spell into an AoE effect.

This all sounds extremely cool and would fit wonderfully into the gameplay of ESO, exploring the world and discovering ancient secrets. The complex feature was always on the to-do list of Zenimax, but was treated very negatively. Because every year, official announcements once again stated that Spellcrafting did not come this time either.

Spellcrafting is not dead yet!

But just as no one really wanted to believe in Spellcrafting, a life symbol came. On Twitter, a Zenimax employee posted a brief statement: “It’s not dead yet!” He embed the famous scene from the Monty Python movie “Knights of the Coconut”, where a retired pensioner persists in front of the grave digger Not yet to be dead.

And even if in the film the scene ends in the end but to the disadvantage of the old, the tweet makes nevertheless hope. According to the further text, the Spellcrafting is still planned for the future of the game. Who knows, maybe you’ll get it as a new feature in the next 2018 expansion?

What do you think of the Spellcrafting message? Again just hot air to a feature that is really long dead? Or do you believe that Spell crafting actually come and if so, in which environment? Let us know in the comments.

Morrowind will be released on June 6th. Again, a big update for ESO players! This is quite exciting! The Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind will be available within a few days, so just seize the limited time and gather enough money and necessary gears and weapons ahead. If you need gold in game, you can buy cheap ESO gold on

The Annual Jester’s Festival Is Coming To The Elder Scrolls Online

The annual Jester’s Festival is coming to The Elder Scrolls Online! During the festival, players can receive a uniquely mischievous task once per day after talking to each Jester. The Jester’s Festival kicks off on Thursday, March 23, at 10:00am EDT and concludes on Tuesday, April 4, at 10am EDT.

Each year, to celebrate absurdity, troupes of jesters and fools gather and encourage the people of Tamriel to toss aside their notions of status, honor, and class. It’s very common that the performers roam the streets mocking the rich and famous, towns celebrate with a variety of traditional festive pranks, and guests are encouraged to participate in silly games to win joke prizes.


Throughout the duration of the event, you can decorate yourself with Festival-themed items and show off your zany side to the pavilions that have been set up just outside the cities of Ebonheart, Vulkhel Guard, and Daggerfall. At each location, you will find one of three Jesters in extremely convincing dress up as either King Jorunn, Queen Ayrenn, or King Emeric.

Once completing a daily task for one of the Jesters, a Jester’s Festival Box is avaiable for players to get. Here’re some seriously silly rewards included in this special box:

  • A new hat – The Crown of Misrule
  • A host of fun new consumables
  • Unique Jester’s Festival mementos: Cherry Blossom Branch and the Pie of Misrule which grant a two-hour buff to XP gains during the Jester’s Festival period
  • New Jester’s Festival Housing items: Jester’s Large and Small Trees and Jester’s Standard

Except the Achievement that grants the completely legitimate title of Royal Jester, players can also earn other new Achievements. Moreover, some Jester’s Festival-themed items will be added to the Crown Store:

  • Royal Court Jester costume
  • Bi-Color Coxcomb Cap
  • Fool’s Cap and Masque
  • Ass-Ears Jester Cap
  • The Jester personality

Would you like to take participate in the foolishness of the Jester’s Festival? By the way, what caught your attention in the event?