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Gaming NewsApr 26, 2016 at 5:22a PSTby luckie

The Elder Scrolls Online to get Dark Brotherhood DLC next month

Zenimax Online revealed that the Dark Brotherhood DLC for their MMO The Elder Scrolls Online is coming out on May 31 for PC and June 14 for consoles.

The Elder Scrolls Online is about to get another DLC, called Dark Brotherhood. The add-on will let players become members of the infamous guild of assassins and become a master killer thanks to a new passive skill line. It will also introduce a bunch of story-based missions and quests as well as a new PvE area of Cyrodiil – the Gold Coast, last seen in The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion.

Dark Brotherhood will be available for free for ESO Plus subscribers. Everyone else will be able to pick it up for 2,000 Crowns (in-game currency). Crowns, on the other hand, can be purchased in packs of 750 ($8), 1,500 ($15), 3,000 ($25), and 5,500 ($40).

No one is safe from Dark Brotherhood. - 2016-04-26
No one is safe from Dark Brotherhood.

Dark Brotherhood will first be out for PC and Mac on May 31, 2016, with PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions to follow exactly two weeks later – on June 14. Since yesterday PC players can try it out on the game’s public test server.

Along with the Dark Brotherhood DLC comes a new patch, free for all users. The list of it’s changes, as well as further details on the add-on, can be found on the official website.