Another two weeks have passed, which means it's time for another update! This week we're gonna show you a bit of the Orcish locations you'll be visiting during your journey in Lordbound.
The Mark of Garshakur
What was once a small orcish training outpost, has grown into a fortress for all Orsimer seeking to hone their skill in battle. Located in the middle of an undead-filled morass, only a few succeed in reaching Motte Malgorath. It was one of the first locations shown in the teaser trailer, and has since then received its second level design pass to make it more detailed and pretty.
Mauloch's Stand is the main fortification guarding the narrow valley leading up to Garshakur. It is the safest route to the settlement, as well as its most guarded one. It is located closely to the city of Gardale, and is a painful reminder of the events that have transpired there.
And finally, we have Garshakur; a new bastion for the Orsimer. We don't want to tell you too much about it, so let's just leave it at that for now.
And that's it for now! The next update will be in another two weeks, where we'll show you some other stuff we've been working on to give Lordbound a bit more character.
P.S. Happy Fallout 4 release! We'll be here when you get back ;)
Even though our English-speaking fans won't be able to understand much, here's nonetheless a sample of the German localization of Enderal. It is close...
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