If you've been playing The Elder Scrolls Online and the recent Elsweyr expansion, then the final new story zone has launched. Dragonhold, which will serve as the conclusion for the Year of the Dragon story, is now available for players on all consoles.
Dragonhold opens up a new zone in southern Elsweyr, which is further broken into three biomes. There's plenty of dungeons to explore, bosses to fight, gold to plunder, and dragons to hunt. You can purchase the Dragonhold section for 2,000 of the in-game Crown currency, or if you have a subscription to The Elder Scrolls Online then you'll get it included with that. Additionally, Dragonhold brings a complete overhaul of the looking for group system, which helps players find other players looking to run content with more ease.
There's also been some feel-good news to go with the new content. Bethesda has been running Slay Dragons Save Cats event, with a goal of donating $200k to a pair of charities devoted to saving pets. So far they've reached $103k of that goal. Every five dragons killed makes Bethesda donate another $1. The two charities receiving the money will be Best Friends Animal Society in North America, and Four Paws in Europe. You have until December 9th to make the goal of $200k, so keep killing dragons to help cats.
The Elder Scrolls Online and its Elsweyr expansion are currently available on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. If you've wanted to try the game out, a free to play week will be running from November 6th, 2019, until November 13th.
How do you feel about the Dragonhold story zone? Are you excited to finally end the Year of the Dragon storyline? Are you just thrilled that a bunch of cats have money now? Does that make them fat cats? Let us know in the comments below!