Those of you who played The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind way back when probably know a thing or two about the Clockwork City. With that game taking place 700 years after the events of The Elder Scrolls Online, wouldn't you like to see how the mechanical marvel looked 7 centuries ago?
Coming in Update 16 scheduled for a vague 'Fall' launch, players of both the base Elder Scrolls Online game and its Morrowind expansion will get to venture deep into the Clockwork City long before they did in the past. We know that doesn't make a whole lot of sense, but bare with us here.
Coming as a standalone DLC pack, The Clockwork City consists of a new explorable area, story and 'fast-paced' Trial expected to put up a challenge for your usual rag-tag teammates. Because it's a seperate add-on pack, you're not expected to have The Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind registered to your account to play. Just pick up the add-on content separately, and you're good to go. Of course, ESO Plus members get it for free.
Travel through the city's clockwork constructs and you'll come across its main hub zone - The Brass Fortress. Housing plenty of crafting stations, merchants and NPCs (of both the regular and mechanical kind), The Clockwork City is sure to feel vastly different to the Tamriel you've wandered over the years. Go a little further, however, and Sothra Sil's inhabitants may not be quite as inviting as their Brass Fortress friends.
Two world bosses and Delves await the brave, with the aforementioned 12-man 'Asylum Sanctorium' Trial and quest chains being a more casual player's bread and butter. Unique set items, Motif chapters and collectibles are all up for grabs, with Morrowind owers getting access to a new Battleground mode, too. There's a lot to love here, but we don't have a solid release date just yet.