‘The Elder Scrolls Online’ Crown Store Soon To Offer A Wolf Mount, Additional Character Slots In June

New items are coming to The Elder Scrolls Online Crown Store in June. Like each month, the new stock will be available in the coming weeks. However, none of the coming month's items are limited to a certain window of time. The new hats, costumes, mounts, pets, and character slots all have their own debut dates, but none of the items currently have a firm removal date.

The Elder Scrolls Online Crown Store will offer a new pet, a new mount, doses of poison, and additional character slots in just a few days. PC players will be able to purchase the following on May 31 while players on consoles can pick up these items on June 14. The new pet is the Sylvan Nixad native to the Gold Coast while the upcoming mount, the Highland Wolf Mount, hails from the Great Forest. The Crown Lethal Poison will give the purchaser 80 consumable uses of the Lethal Poison to any weapon. Not to mention, players will finally be able to purchase additional character slots for their accounts.

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The Toxin Doctor costume coming soon to The Elder Scrolls Online [Image via Bethesda]In addition to the eight character slots available to everyone that owns the game, four more character slots can be purchased from the Crown Store. Each character slot will cost 1,500 Crowns which is $15 or even less when purchasing bundles of Crowns or Crowns that are on sale. Subscribers to The Elder Scrolls Online receive 1,500 Crowns each month that they are actively subscribed, too, giving them the perfect amount to pick up a new character slot if they need it.

On June 23, players across all platforms will find the new Toxin Doctor costume and the new Northern Lynx pet in The Elder Scrolls Online Crown Store. On June 30, the Treethane Ceremonial Dress and two new hats will be purchasable. The new costume is perfect for members of the Aldmeri Dominion since it was designed by a Stitchmaster from Elden Root according to the official site. The new hats in the Crown Store will use the upcoming hat appearance option to be introduced when the Dark Brotherhood releases. Players can customize their character with costumes, personalities, hats, and skins simultaneously after the update as stated on The Elder Scrolls Online website.

"As with previous DLC game packs, you'll receive a unique reward for either purchasing Dark Brotherhood or simply by having access to it through ESO Plus. When you first step foot on the Gold Coast, you'll be awarded with the Assassin Personality. Personalities are a new feature that change how your character stands, walks, and even performs some emotes."
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The Northern Lynx pet in The Elder Scrolls Online [Image via Bethesda]The May 31 release on PC and June 14 release on console for the aforementioned items coincides with the release of the next DLC for The Elder Scrolls Online. The Dark Brotherhood DLC also launches on those dates giving players their first chance to join the assassins' guild in the MMORPG. The DLC includes the new Gold Coast region, new delves, new repeatable quests, the Dark Brotherhood skill line, and much more. According to Bethesda.net, those dates will also mark the launch of a major base game patch that removes Veteran Ranks, adds the ability to make poisons, adds the Crafting Bag for ESO Plus subscribers, and much more.

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Again, none of the upcoming items in the Crown Store have designated removal dates like the recently released Dro-m'Athra Senche mount. The stylish great cat will leave the Crown Store on May 30 alongside a number of other items. As the Inquisitr reported, many items are being retired from The Elder Scrolls Online Crown Store at the end of the month. A number of mounts, costumes, and pets will no longer be available after May 30 including several items that have been in the Crown Store for quite some time. This includes, but is not limited to, the Senche-Lioness mount, the Evening Dress costume, and the Daedric Scamp pet in The Elder Scrolls Online.

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