A planet of interlocking gears, steam power, golden metal, and robots might sound like a steampunk paradise envisioned by the wildest visionaries in the Victorian age of sci-fi but I’m in fact describing the broad aesthetics in the Elder Scrolls Online’s subsequent major expansion generally known as The Clockwork City. Owners in the Elder Scrolls Online willing to install the near 80GB Public Test Region’s in-development client can accept the quest to explore the weirdly fantastic world of the Clockwork God, Sotha Sil.
Clockwork City brings brand new World Bosses and explorable Delves for all adventurers to test their mettle. Sotha Sil’s operate around the Imperfect God, a terrifying mechanized weapon of death that may be always improving is never ever ending but players are going to be able to take it on. Players can choose to venture either into the inner-gears and workings in the Clockwork City inside the Shadow Cleft delve or explore an artificial environment that has broken down for an unknown reason within the Halls of Regulation Delve.
Within the heart from the Clockwork City sits a spot known as The Brass Fortress. In this center of energy priests and zealous inventors dedicate themselves to Sotha Sil and aim to replace the flesh & blood parts of their bodies with machine replacement parts. The Brass Fortress is also home to those not loyal to the whims of Sotha Sil, these outcasts have become generally known as The Tarnished.
More information about other changes that are going to be introduced in patch 3.2.0 including new collectibles, new item sets, new furniture, new crafting motifs and updates to the base game & ESO: Morrowind are offered inside the PTR patch notes. We don’t have a solid release date or price point for Clockwork City just yet but given the fact that Zenimax Online is ready for players to test it, it can’t be more than a few weeks out.