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).
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.