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KostaAndreadis
Melbourne, Victoria
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The Elder Scrolls Online's 'Dark Heart of Skyrim' yearlong narrative concludes with the Markarth DLC - available now on PC and coming November 10 for Xbox One and PlayStation 4. Ahead of its launch we got our very own grand-tour of the iconic stony city and its surrounding areas.


This year The Elder Scroll Online has made the trek back to the icy tundras and wind-swept mountains of Skyrim at large, using the iconic location as the setting for its year-long The Dark Heart of Skyrim narrative. Which, as per the title, has been dealing with all manner of vampiric redness and werewolf-y wolf-ness – brought to the fore in the major Greymoor expansion from earlier this year.

The yearlong story is set to conclude with Markarth – with players venturing out to the Reach, alive and bustling with activity, embarking on a new quest. Albeit said activity comes via ESO’s very different timeline, where the difference sits at around 1,000 years or so from the events in The Elder Scrolls V. As the snowiest and rockiest region in Skyrim, the blend of ancient structures and harsh conditions presents a different feel to the areas found in Greymoor. Which is very cool because Markarth and the Reach have always stood out as distinct and very different, not only in terms of Skyrim, but The Elder Scrolls as a whole.

Our Full The Elder Scrolls Online Markarth DLC Feature.
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