The Elder Scrolls Online’s Next Big Dungeon Revealed

The veteran dungeon will be Crypt of Hearts, coming in the next update.

Posted By | On 21st, May. 2014 Under News


The Elder Scrolls Online

The Elder Scrolls Online is still yet to receive its first content update with Craglorn but the next veteran dungeon – Crypt of Hearts – has already been confirmed.

Creative director Paul Sage revealed the same in a conversation with IGN. Speaking about the release schedule for the Craglorn update, Sage said, “I think we’re still at the tail-end of six weeks. I could be wrong there, it’s all a blur! But we’re either in the sixth week or the seventh with this update and I believe our next update is fairly on schedule.

“When we released we talked about our plans rather than ‘this is exactly what it’s going to be’ – we’re generally pretty careful about the language. I think any plan like that can be disrupted if something unforeseen happens. But right now we have the second update lined up and ready to go onto the PTS [Public Test Server] once we launch Craglorn, and that’s coming soon. That’ll be the Veteran Dungeon, Crypt of Hearts.”

Interestingly, Crypt of Hearts already exists within the MMORPG. What will the second update do to expand on this? Stay tuned for more information.


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    In PVP now, there are even cases of players rising up through the ground inside forts in Cyrodil, capturing Elder Scrolls without having to actually invade the fort.

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