Imperial City Expansion Comes to The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited This September on PS4, Xbox One

Marking the first DLC expansion for The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited, Bethesda and ZeniMax have announced Imperial City, which will be available for PlayStation 4 on September 16, Xbox One on September 15, and PC/Mac on August 31. Free to those with an active ESO Plus membership, everyone else can buy it for 2,500 crowns via the ESOTU Crown Store.

Promising hours of additional gameplay featuring new areas, quests, enemies, and more, Imperial City sees the Imperial City, the heart of the Cyrodiilic Empire, falling to Daedric Prince Molag Bal. Now, all three alliances must battle against not only Daedric forces, but each other as well.

The Imperial City will launch in two parts – the actual DLC game pack, and the game patch. Here’s the details on both:

Imperial City DLC Game Pack Features & Content

With the purchase of the Imperial City DLC game pack, you get access to the full Imperial City zone. That includes the following:

  • All content is available to players that are level 10 and up
  • A brand new PvP/PvE space, including the six Imperial City Districts
  • New quests and key characters within the Imperial City
  • One new Imperial City PvP Public Dungeon: The Imperial Sewers
  • Two new PvE Imperial City group dungeons with Normal and Veteran versions: White-Gold Tower and Imperial City Prison

    The Tel Var Stone system
  • 23 completely new Veteran Rank 16 item sets, only available in Imperial City
  • Treasure Vaults that contain new Veteran Rank 16 set jewelry and a chance for even rarer finds
  • Xivkyn racial motif style
  • New collectibles only available in Imperial City (pets, polymorphs, and a costume)

Imperial City Base-Game Patch

Along with the Imperial City DLC game pack launch, everyone who owns The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited will receive the base-game patch at no cost. The base-game Imperial City patch includes hundreds of fixes and improvements to existing game systems and content including combat, classes and skill lines, the Alliance War, dungeons, and quests. Here are a few of the highlights:

  • 15% decrease in the amount of XP it takes to gain a Veteran Rank
  • 100% more XP for all public dungeons
  • 50% more XP for all Veteran Rank quests
  • 20% more XP in Craglorn
  • Veteran Rank increased to 16
  • Racial Passive improvements
  • Mundus Stone buff improvements
  • Glass racial motif style
  • Improvements to existing item sets
  • The ability to hide mount visual upgrades
  • New crafting skill line passives
  • New Undaunted pledges
  • Tons of combat and gameplay balance changes
  • Improved end-of-campaign Alliance War rewards
  • …and more!

Will you be playing Imperial City this September?

[Source: Elder Scrolls Online]