Horns of the Reach is finally out on Playstation 4 and Xbox One. After a two week exclusivity period on PC, console players are getting to enjoy the two new dungeons as well. If you’re an ESO Plus subscriber, you’ll get the new content automatically. If not, you’ll have to buy it from the store – it’s being sold for 1500 Crowns.
The new DLC consists of two dungeons:
- Bloodroot Forge: The angry Reachmen have discovered an ancient forge that will give immense power to whoever uses it. It’s your job to stop them and their minotaur comrades from harnessing the primordial power within. The dungeon entrance is located in the southeast of Craiglorn, and success will be rewarded with unique armor, collectibles and achievements.
- Falkreath Reach: More angry Reachmen, this time involved in a siege. The town’s populace doesn’t stand a chance against the minotaurs and bandits, and it’s up to you to defend them. Rewards include outfit pieces, and the entrance is in the west of Craglorn.
Most importantly, the DLC will give you a new emote – one where you immitate a bull using your fingers. Even if you’re not entirely sold on the add-on, you’ll get something, as Update 15 launches along with it. It includes a bunch of fixes and improvements, as well as some new Battlegrounds stuff. You’ll have to own ESO: Morrowind to access it. It consists of a map called Arcane University, set in Cyrodiil, and a new game mode, called Chaosball, which tasks you with grabbing and keeping a ball in order to get points.
Aside from that, the biggest addition seems to be a new player home – Hakkvild’s High Hall. There’s also new furnishings, a champion point increase, some more crafting motifs (Hlaalu, Redoran, Telvanni), improved guild functionality, the ability to cancel research and more.