The Elder Scrolls Online: Greymoor chapter has officially launched on PC

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PC players no longer have to wait as they can finally set foot into the next major content drop for The Elder Scrolls Online: Greymoor, which has finally landed on PC and will arrive on consoles on June 9th, 2020.

If you’ve been waiting for some new story content to enjoy, especially a year-long run, you don’t have to look much further as The Elder Scrolls Online: Greymoor has arrived on PC, taking place more than 900 years before the events of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, giving fans their first look at the world you once knew in a different light.

This time that experience will allow you to explore the snow-capped peaks of the world around you, giving you a chance to go from mountain top to the deepest depths of Blackreach itself. Those looking to enjoy the game via Stadia can do so as well as the base game and the Morrowind chapter will be free to Stadia Pro members starting on June 16th, 2020.

As part of the second update in this year’s year-long adventure, Dark Heart of Skyrim will live and breathe through the Greymoor Chapter, just as the Season of the Dragon did in Elsweyr. Bethesda has revealed that Greymoor will usher in around 30 hours of new content story to explore while also offering up countless hours of side quests and content to enjoy including new public events called Harrowstorms.

As the second update in the year-long interconnected adventure, Dark Heart of Skyrim, the Greymoor Chapter brings a massive new Antiquities system that digs into Elder Scrolls lore and offers rewards for all types of players, Harrowstorm world events, performance updates, and much more. With around 30 hours of new story content to experience, The Elder Scrolls Online: Greymoor brings entirely new experiences to ESO, presenting veterans and those new to the game with astounding new stories and content.

Players can also expect to experience familiar locations including Solitude, Mortal, Labyrinthian, Dragon Bridge, and plenty more. Adventurers can also expect to collect items with the new Antiquities system where they can pick up unique collectibles, treasure, and even more powerful Mythic items, which will provide players with all-new rewards.

Fans can purchase the Greymoor digital upgrade today for $39.99 or follow up on the complete edition for $59.99 and will provide players with all previously released content. So what are you waiting for?! Let’s get ready to head into Skyrim!

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