From now until its release on June 6, you can pre-order The Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind to receive a host of unique in-game goodies with the Discovery Pack. Don't miss out! Want to know more about these special items and how you can use them in game? Check out our guide below.
Exclusive Warden Costume
The first item included in the Discovery Pack is the Warden costume (pictured above). When wearing this costume, you character will look just like the Warden from the ESO: Morrowind announcement trailer.
What better look for your brand new Warden character?
To enable the costume in game, open your Collections menu, navigate to Appearance, select Costumes, and then find and activate the Warden costume. Look the part!
Dwarven War Dog Pet
Need a companion to keep you company as you roam the wilds of Vvardenfell? When summoned, this noble, armored beast will faithfully follow you on all of your adventures.
To enable the Dwarven War Dog Pet, open your Collections menu, navigate to Non-Combat Pets, and then find and activate it.
Looking to get rich? You can use these three special treasure maps to discover the location of unique treasure chests scattered all over the volcanic island.
When you arrive at Seyda Neen, you can find your maps in your in-game mail. To use a treasure map, open your Inventory and find one in the Miscellaneous section. Activate the map to view the illustration. As you explore, keep an eye out for landmarks or buildings that look similar to the map to find where the treasure is buried. Once you are at the right location, you will see a small mound of dirt. Activate the dirt to dig up your well-deserved rewards! Your map will be consumed when you do.
Dwarven Crown Crates
The Discovery Pack also includes one brand new Dwarven Crown Crate. Crown Crates contain useful utility items and a chance to receive rare cosmetics.
To open your Crown Create, navigate to the Crown Crates menu - Pacrooti is always more than willing to help! Soon after The Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind release, you will be able to buy additional Dwarven Crown Crates, but until then, you'll enjoy this one crate early as part of the Discovery Pack!
Want some help leveling up your character to get off to the best start possible? With the Discovery Pack, you'll also receive two Experience Scrolls, granting you a 50% boost to XP gains for two hours.
When you arrive at Seyda Neen, you can find your scrolls in your in-game mail. To use your scrolls, open your Inventory and navigate to the Consumables menu. Activate the scroll to use it and enjoy the buff!
Frisky Scrib Pet (PlayStation®4 Digital Exclusive)
Digital PlayStation®4 pre-orders made though the PlayStation®Store will also receive a Frisky Scrib pet!
To enable the Frisky Scrib, open your Collections menu, navigate to Non-Combat Pets, and then find and activate it.
A Closer Look at the Morrowind Announcement Trailer
Yesterday, we announced The Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind and unveiled the action-packed announcement trailer. From the return of an old friend to the debut of a powerful new class, there are many unique details in the trailer. Did you catch them all?
In the first moments of the trailer, you hear Dark Elf assassin Naryu Virian addressing Vivec. As the story unfolds, you get a first look at what she has been up to since you last crossed paths. The Morag Tong assassin has come a long way since your first meeting in Deshaan, and she is on her own important mission. With Vivec's approval, she has traveled to the wilds of Vvardenfell in pursuit of her quarry: the Grandmaster of the Morag Tong.
Why she's hunting the Grandmaster of the Morag Tong, and why she's talking to Vivec about it, is a story that's yet to be told. Clues about the events that led up to the moments in the trailer are in Naryu's Journal, a detailed art book that comes with physical copies of The Elder Scrolls Online Morrowind Collector's Edition. Powerful secrets are hidden in ancient Dwarven ruins, but though the Dwemer are long gone, their secrets are still well guarded.
In pursuit of her prey, Naryu fights through the Dwarven Spiders and Spheres. In the heat of battle, a Redguard Warden joins her to pursue the Grandmaster and protect her from the Dwarven constructs. He uses a depiction of Sleet Storm, one of the new Warden abilities. This ability creates a hailstorm around the caster to deal damage and reduces the impact of incoming attacks for the Warden and his allies. With a ferocious war bear at his side and powerful frost-based nature magic at his disposal, the Warden makes a formidable ally. This new class will be available to play when ESO: Morrowind launches in June.
Together, Naryu and the Warden put an end to the treacherous Grandmaster, fulfilling her contract. But their battle is far from over – as we leave Naryu and the Warden, they prepare to face-off against an entirely different kind of foe: a Dwarven Colossus. You'll have your chance to battle one of these hulking constructs in the Halls of Fabrication, a new Trial coming with ESO: Morrowind.
As the trailer concludes, off in the distance we're treated to our first glimpse of the Red Mountain and Vivec City. Both iconic locales were in the original Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind game, and you'll be able to visit them again in ESO: Morrowind this June.
There's a lot to be excited about – we hope you enjoyed The Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind announcement trailer as much as we have! You can expect to see more ESO: Morrowind coverage, including gameplay video footage, guides, and articles, on https://www.virsale.com in the coming months.
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