Information regarding the shrouded The Elder Scrolls V: Dawnguard has surfaced. Though the information has been fairly sparse until now, this should help quench your gamers' thirst.
The details are about plot, weapons, shouts and the new ingredients that will be present in the DLC. Lets dive in, shall we...
The DLC focuses on the popular undead side of the Elder Scrolls games. Once the DLC is installed it wont be long before the player discovers a new conversation thread about vampire hunting. Exploring this conversation will open up the chance to try and quash the mighty Harkon's vampire army. Of course, its Skyrim so you will of course have the chance to join forces with vampire lord too.
If you get in line with the vampires you are able to choose from some new undeathly perks and eventually become a flying vampire lord yourself. This gets you a power called Vampiric Grip. Think darth Vaders force grip where you can suspend an enemy in the air while draining his health. Oh and it seems like you can also turn into a cloud of bats. Eeexxccccellent!
Obviously being a bloodsucker comes with its downsides too. In vampire form you will get attacked whenever someone sees you, so you will be swapping back to human form regularly.
On the flip side, joining the side of "good" will earn you a crossbow. These powerful weapons can stagger opponents and are ready to fire but naturally take longer to reload than the bow. The Dawnguard will also be able to hire up a new follower type, Armoured Troll. Sheesh.
Ok here is a list of new articles within the game
There’s also a new region known as Soul Cairn, which is a ethereal land (spirit land) where you can find some quests and you can get an awesome skeletal stead that can be summoned wherever you are.
Vampire - Take a look at the screenshots at the bottom of the page
Werewolf - Take a look at the screenshots at the bottom of the page
That's it folks. Skyrim Dawnguard, which is currently undergoing beta-testing with those lucky few who managed to get entry, is scheduled to launch on the Xbox 360 later this month. PC and PS3 gamers will have to wait a little longer to get their hands on this anticipated title.
So are you looking forward to this title? Or is Skyrim still keeping you busy? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.
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