The Elder Scrolls Online continues to expand and meet players with new updates and innovations. A lot of content based on the Legend of Breon has been released for the game this year. The last of these contents, The Elder Scrolls Online: Firesong console version, which was added to the PC version in the past period, has been released. The information about the content is as follows;
The Elder Scrolls Online: Firesong console version released
The Elder Scrolls Online: Firesong DLC is playable on Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation 5 consoles starting today.
In this new story DLC, players will explore the wild island of Galen, located in the northernmost part of the Systems Archipelago, delve deeper into the lives and cultures of the druids, and fight to protect Tamriel from internal threats. In The Elder Scrolls Online: Firesong, players finally face off against the Lord of Ascendant in a year-long adventure of the Breton Legend will have an epic ending. Firesong DLC is free for all ESO Plus members, non-members can purchase it from the in-game Crown Store.
Released with the Firesong DLC, Update 36 base game patch is a free update for all ESO players and includes some balance changes, bug fixes, and new features, as well as Simplified Chinese localization support for text in the game.
These new features include placing special target marks on enemies (which allows players to better coordinate with their allies), a text-to-speech accessibility setting, a setting to hide class pets in cities and towns, and some improvements to the player houses system.