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The Elder Scrolls Online: Greymoor expansion brings the famed MMO into the realm of Western Skyrim in its latest release, visiting familiar locales from the franchise and gives a deeper look into the history of the lands as they wrought with turmoil and a mysterious enemy that sought to destroy everything.
Adventurers can now head into the Greymoor chapter of The Elder Scrolls Online on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, where they will discover the truth about the Dark Heart of Skyrim and explore the snow-capped peaks of Western Skyrim.
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.
From the beautiful lands of Elsweyr, fans can prepare for the biggest adventure yet as we go from sunny and beautiful fields filled with dragons to the cold and frigid lands of Skyrim as the Dark Heart of Skyrim adventure begins with the Harrowstorm DLC.
Bethesda and ZeniMax Online Studios has revealed that the next chapter for The Elder Scrolls Online is preparing fans with the release of its official Prologue Quest titled “The Coven Conspiracy”. Are you ready to head into the darkest reaches of Skyrim?
PC and Mac players can begin to experience the year-long interconnected adventure called the Dark Heart of Skyrim, which will see the events of Greymoor begin to unfold before them with update 25. The update arrives on consoles on March 10th. Here’s what to expect.
Bethesda has confirmed that the trailer highlighting the end of the Season of the Dragon, a year-long adventure, can prepare to head into the legendary lands of Skyrim.
During QuakeCon 2019, ZeniMax Online’s Rich Lambert confirmed some massive changes coming to The Elder Scrolls Online, the biggest starting later this year, focusing heavily on performance for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One users.