New Friday, new "ESO Live" stream from The Elder Scrolls Online Community Team. So shortly after the release of the story DLC Markarth, the focus of the event this time is the new solo arena Grund des Vateshran. Specifically, Creative Director Rich Lambert will try to master the challenge of the arena, while Lead Encounter Designer Mike Finnigan will comment on the fun.
New Friday, new "ESO Live" stream from The Elder Scrolls Online Community Team. So soon after the release of the Markarth story DLC (tested) This time, the focus of the event is the new solo arena Grund des Vateshran. Specifically, Creative Director Rich Lambert will try to master the arena challenge, while Lead Encounter Designer Mike Finnigan will comment on the fun.
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Be up this Friday, November 13th, from 10 p.m. CET twitch.tv/Bethesda there when ESO's Creative Director Rich Lambert and the ESO Community Team head out into the veteran version of the reason for Vateshran. The new Solo Arena from Markarth is not child's play, but don't worry! We also have Lead Encounter Designer Mike Finnigan with us, who will be busy commenting (or rather blaspheming) when his boss tries his hand at the ancient rite of the Reikmannen.
Should Rich manage to get through the challenge without death, we'll even have a special giveaway, so cheer him on!
We also talk about the latest ESO news and of course Twitch Drops will be distributed too, so don't forget to link your accounts. We'll see you at the latest challenge for our Creative Director this Friday, November 13th from 10 p.m. CET twitch.tv/Bethesda.
If you want to know more about the reason of Vateshran, have a look at the following article: TESO: New Solo Arena Grund des Vateshran von Markarth – Preview.
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