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The DLC launches on PC/Mac on August 31st, on Xbox One on September 15th, and on PlayStation 4 on September 16. Here's the official synopsis:

Located at the heart of the Cyrodiilic Empire, the Imperial City has fallen into ruin, claimed by Molag Bal's forces. It is comprised of six Imperial Districts, the extensive Imperial Sewers network, and the White-Gold Tower at its center. The dangers of Imperial City and the Sewers below are best suited for small groups of adventurers, but highly skilled warriors have been known to strike out on their own. While exploring and fighting your way through the Imperial City, be prepared to face not only Molag Bal's forces, but also enemy players from the opposing alliances.

Rewards that are unmatched in power await those who are brave enough to enter the Imperial City and claim them. Fight Molag Bal's personal guard, the elite Xivkyn, and other invaders from Coldharbour to win Tel Var Stones, the currency used to trade for mighty Veteran Rank 16 armor sets. But be on your guard—enemy Alliance members lurk around every corner throughout the Imperial Districts and Sewers. Should you fall to an enemy player, they can claim your hard-earned Tel Var Stones in their own quest for glory.

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Via eurogamer
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Elder Scrolls Online announced during Bethesda's E3 2016 conference that they will be introducing One Tamriel, a game-wide alteration that aims to make all areas of the world open to everyone playing through enemy level scaling. For those that don't know this basically means that players otherwise too powerful for certain areas will be adjusted down, and vice versa for those that are too weak. What do you guys think of this? 

Check out the following video the team featured at E3 as well:



Also, don't forget about that Dark Brotherhood -Blood Will Flow, DLC dropping tomorrow!

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ESO has dropped its subscription fee for PC and Mac as of today.  Xbox One and PS4 will join the subscription free fray on June 9.  The game will still require an initial purchase to play, which is currently priced at $59.99.