Channel Oblivion with the Arcanist in the new class overview trailer for The Elder Scrolls Online: Necrom

The Elder Scrolls Online aims to give players the opportunity to discover the forbidden secrets of Apocrypha with the next update, Necrom: Shadows over Morrowind. Not only is there a new peninsula to explore called Telvanni, but also the seventh main class of the MMO – the Arcanist. Fans interested in learning more about this mystical spell channeler can check out the latest Arcanist Class Overview Trailer for The Elder Scrolls Online.

The official description for the Arcanist of Bethesda is that he is a master of the mysteries and forbidden knowledge of the Apocrypha. The Arcanist is a powerful new class capable of destructive, restorative, or defensive magic by channeling arcane energies, ancient runes, and lost bonds of power.

The overview trailer gives players a first look at how the class works. It is capable of dishing out precise and flashy attacks accompanied by an otherworldly and terrifying spectacle. It is described as easy to learn for newbies and very versatile. The Arcanist builds a new resource mechanic called Crux, which boosts its attacks and allows the class to use unique and powerful attacks.

The main spell shown throughout the trailer is called Fate Carver, a giant beam that channels in front of the player to obliterate any enemies that stand in its way. With its unique flair and support abilities, the Arcanist seems to fit perfectly into the MMO and carve a niche.

Also See: Elder Scrolls Online Necrom Expansion Adds New Arcanist Class, Makes All Chapters and DLC Free

The Elder Scrolls Online: Necrom will be released on June 5th for PC and June 20th for consoles. You can pre-order it now for some instant treats while you wait to test drive the new class later this year. Channel Oblivion with the Arcanist in the new class overview trailer for The Elder Scrolls Online: Necrom

Curtis Crabtree

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