GamingSkyrim Dragonborn DLC screenshots and details released

Skyrim Dragonborn DLC screenshots and details released


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More details and some screenshots for the new Skyrim DLC called Dragonborn have been released.


With this official add-on for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, journey off the coast of Morrowind, to the island of Solstheim. Encounter new towns, dungeons, and quests, as you traverse the ash wastes and glacial valleys of this new land. Become more powerful with shouts that bend the will of your enemies and even tame dragons. Your fate, and the fate of Solstheim, hangs in the balance as you face off against your deadliest adversary – the first Dragonborn.

Explore Beyond Skyrim – Leave the province of Skyrim and travel to the coastal island of Solstheim. Encounter the Dark Elven settlers of Raven Rock and the native Skaal, as you unravel the mystery of a Dragonborn’s return.

Become the Ultimate Dragonborn – Harness the power of the Voice as you face off against the first Dragonborn. Wield new shouts and spells including Dragon Aspect – allowing you to summon the inner power of a dragon to deliver colossal blows and strengthen other shouts.

New Powers – Discover dark powers as you journey into a new Daedric realm. Collect books of forbidden knowledge and choose new paths for your skills and abilities.

New dungeons, creatures, weapons, and more – Suit up in Bonemold and Chitin armors and wield Stalhrim weapons as you navigate through a myriad of dungeons. Battle formidable foes like Ash Spawn, Rieklings, and more.

And here are the new screenshots:

AshSpawn BlackBookCultist DragonSkeletonNetch OblivionRavenRock RedoranGuardRedoranTavern SeekerSkaal

Dragonborn is coming December 4th on the Xbox 360 for 1600 Microsoft Points for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim.

Will you be getting it? If so leave is a comment below.

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  1. The seeker image looks like the ascended sleeper creature that appears in Morrowind, in particular red mountain and the rooms with the stacked furniture haha wtf ?. they are half dark elf half beast, some sort of dark magic cast upon them by dagoth ur. i wonder if the keeper is of the same specie

  2. Hell frickin’ yes!
    I’m getting this the moment it is available in Australia, starting a new game and doing everything from scratch.
    Gotta make this last after all.

  3. It looks great and all, but why is Xbox getting it first /again/? I thought the “first two dlcs exclusive” nonsense was already taken care of. Y’know, with the first two dlcs. Wha-?

    • It’s primarily a result of the fact that Bethesda is run by people who don’t care about customer satisfaction.

    • I think it was because hearth-fire was not a primary dlc and thus this new one is, or it could just be all dlcs for skyrim that start with D go to Xbox first. I have an Xbox and I think its a little stupid that there is a months difference, I mean in my opinion a day at the absolute most for Xbox since I want to talk to friends who have the dlc on ps3 and PC after all.

  4. Gonna be great! I somehow had a feeling that the next DLC would open up a new area, bigger than any in Dawnguard….

  5. This is exactly what Skyrim needed, a DLC package like Shivering Isles for TES:IV Oblivion. One that creates a new area that’s sizable, packed with extras and looks as great as Shivering Isles did. Dawnguard was good and all, but it didn’t take long. For the points the only real benefit was the Vampire Lord, the crossbow and the soul-tear shout; otherwise it really didn’t add that much. Hearthfire the same, for the points it was a waste! It was nice building a house but all I ended up doing was tracking every piece of loot my main character had collected to a new house where I fumbled stacking and storing it for two hours before becoming bored of the whole thing. Hopefully Dragonborn will be as good as Shivering Isles; if not, I’ll settle for as good as the Knights of the Nine. Can’t wait!

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