ElderScrolls Update 4 New Dungeon:Dragonstar Arena

Game: The Elder Scrolls Online
Time: 2014-09-06 03:23:55
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ESO patch note 1.4 will show in September, new quests, new VR items, new dungeon, etc to get more looting. Today, we would simple introduce the new dungeon Dragonstar Arena before ESO update 4. 

The call of the arena has beguiled countless heroes—some simply cannot resist the thrill of a bloody struggle for survival, the deafening roar of adoring fans, and the chance to triumph over unlikely odds. Do you have the steel to emerge victorious in the Dragonstar Arena? When Update 4 launches, you’ll be able to find out what your character is really made of. This new challenge differs from other content you’ve seen in ESO so far, and we want to give you a look at what you can expect and how it came to be.

You’ll start your career in the arena deep in the mountains of Upper Craglorn, where (once you manage to locate the arena itself) you’ll be invited to bring three of your staunchest allies to take on whatever the mysterious organizers can throw at you. There are ten arenas to battle your way through, each of which will pit you against increasingly difficult waves of enemies. Every arena is in a different locale and has themed sets of adversaries and hazards to overcome, and you’ll receive new rewards at the end of each arena before you move on to the next, more difficult fight.

In normal mode, you’ll be able to grab a group and make a decent dent in the arena. You won’t be able to finish all ten of the arenas without coordination and skill, and each new arena will still be more difficult than the last, but with the right group and good communication, you’ll be able to progress and earn some nice rewards. With a well-organized group, you’ll be able to see it through to the end and earn an achievement, title, and some fine loot. You receive rewards after every arena, so even if you don’t get to the very end, you’ll still walk away with something. Veteran Mode is a different beast entirely. We cranked up the difficulty to sadistic levels, and you’ll need strategy, skill, and tight execution to complete it.

We can’t wait for you to try the Dragonstar Arena, and we want to know what you think. Make sure to post about your experiences. As we go forward, we want to keep refining our approach, and your feedback will help us make choices about what you’ll see in ESO’s future. And don’t forget that you can help us test the Dragonstar Arena right now on the PTS. We’d love to hear your thoughts before the official launch of Update 4.