Skyrim Dragonborn Info Leaks Ahead Of Tomorrows Release On Xbox 360 (video)


Skyrim fans looking forward to tomorrows release of the new Skyrim Dragonborn DLC for Xbox 360, would would rather find out from the game what it includes, should look away now as a SPOILER ALERT!!! has been issued.

As beta tester of the new Skyrim Dragonborn DLC for Xbox 360 has leaked information about the new spells and some of the juicier additions that will be made available in the Skyrim Dragonborn DLC.

Skyrim Dragonborn

The Skyrim Dragonborn DLC can be a started at any time but is slightly different if you have already completed the main Skyrim story. Skyrim Dragonborn takes place on the isle of Solstheim, and has its own discrete map separate from Skyrim, find out more details below the Skyrim Dragonborn launch trailer.

Its still not been announced by Bethesda when the Skyrim Dragonborn DLC will arrive on PC or PS3 if ever.

“New shouts include : Cyclone to create a tornado, and Battle Fury to buff someone else in a similar way to Elemental Fury. Dragon Aspect doesn’t turn you into a dragon, rather it summons flashy dragon armour, gives you stronger shouts, stronger melee attacks and summons an Ancient Dragonborn to fight with you when low on health. You can only use this once a day.

New weapons and armour include : Deathbrand armour that’s similar to Stalhrim; Bonemould armour; Chitin armour; Stalhrim armour (Achievement for crafting a piece of this); heavy Carved Nordic armour; light Morag Tong armour; and new Telvanni and Miraak robes.

There’s a new ring that allows resurrected creatures to explode into frost and fire damage, apparently.

New spells and enchantments : are Poison Rune; Whirlwind Cloak; Ash Shell: encase enemies in ash (paralyse) or slow them down with damage; Waterwalking (enchant and spell) and staff enchanting.

There are five books each offering one of three active effects presumably for your armour, and there’s an Achievement for collecting them all. The effects are Mora’s Mercy, Mora’s Wrath and Mora’s Agony. There’s no detail on their stats.

There’s a new summoning power that the beta tester didn’t want to spoil, and there are three new summon spells: Ash Guardian, Ash Spawn, Seeker.

There’s one new quest you can only start if you’re level 81 called Ebony Warrior.

There are new dragon types to encounter as well as a new Dwemer automaton (a walking Dwarven ballista). There are werebears, the hostile Morag Tong fighters, a serpent-like creature the tester wouldn’t specify, Ash Spawn, Rieklings and Lurkers. Lurkers are apparently a real challenge; they’re as big as giants, have loads of health and dish out a lot of damage.

You can buy new houses on Solstheim, and apparently the final battle against the first Dragonborn will be more than you at first expect.”

Source: Eurogamer