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Return to Skyrim with The Elder Scrolls Online’s latest expansion, launching later this year

Watch the new trailer and get details on the year-long adventure to come that will see you venture into the legendary land of the Nords

For the first time since The Elder Scrolls Online’s launch, Tamriel’s adventurers will be able to explore the snow-covered lands of Skyrim once again with the announcement of an all-new Chapter, The Elder Scrolls Online: Greymoor.

This new Chapter, coming to PlayStation 4 on 2nd June, is a major part of the brand-new Dark Heart of Skyrim year-long story that begins with the Harrowstorm dungeon DLC in March and continues throughout the entire year.

Greymoor takes you to the region of Western Skyrim. Not only will this new zone allow you to explore the cold wilderness that surrounds the city of Solitude, but it also provides an opportunity to explore the massive underground region of Blackreach.

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Whatever your experience was with this part of Tamriel during your adventures in The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, you’ll find the Western Skyrim of ESO, some 1000 years before the events of TESV, a familiar but different land from the one you’ve explored previously, filled with new quests, delves, world bosses, and more.

In this new Chapter, you will take part in a massive year-long story and help the besieged Nords investigate the emergence of horrific supernatural events called harrowstorms. Monstrous vampires and other dark beasts have emerged from the depths below Solitude, and it is up to you to put a stop to these dark events and discover the ancient evil at their heart.

This new Chapter also introduces a new system, Antiquities, that allows you to scry and uncover ancient relics from all over the continent. As a would-be archeologist, you shall unearth fantastic new items and collectibles in your quest to discover Tamriel’s hidden history.

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As part of the Dark Heart of Skyrim year-long adventure, the story you experience in the Greymoor Chapter (and the Harrowstorm DLC before it) will be a part of a major storyline that continues throughout the entirety of 2020. Of course, Greymoor’s storyline is a complete adventure in its own right, and how you choose to play each new release in 2020 is entirely up to you!

An ancient evil has awoken beneath the frozen lands of Western Skyrim, and an epic new year-long adventure beckons to Tamriel’s champions. It’s time to face the darkness that now marches forth from Blackreach—Skyrim needs heroes!

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Oh, * me, that looks gorgeous, right in the feels.

G’bye life.

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Why does it still look so bad? (and no I don’t mean good) 🙄

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Buy anything from Bethesda or Zenimax or whatever the main developer is called? Are you mad? I’m currently waiting for them to course correct their plans to make The Elder Scrolls VI the next game they make instead of that space one and if it has any hint whatsoever of online I will be ignoring it forever like with Fallout 76 and pretty much anything else they put out.

I do not doubt that the space game was going to have heavy online in it with the excuse being that it is a brand new franchise so it can get away with it. But after the disasters that are Fallout 76 and even Anthem, they are going to have to be very careful going forward. The only thing they could have possibly done at E3 last year was to say “Sorry we made this garbage Fallout 76, wasted the lives and talent of FIVE studios and we will scrap it all now, here is 2 upscale remaster ports of TES Oblivion and Fallout 3 with all the expansions, we won’t do this ever again.” But no, we got “you can play the broken garbage...

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Buy anything from Bethesda or Zenimax or whatever the main developer is called? Are you mad? I’m currently waiting for them to course correct their plans to make The Elder Scrolls VI the next game they make instead of that space one and if it has any hint whatsoever of online I will be ignoring it forever like with Fallout 76 and pretty much anything else they put out.

I do not doubt that the space game was going to have heavy online in it with the excuse being that it is a brand new franchise so it can get away with it. But after the disasters that are Fallout 76 and even Anthem, they are going to have to be very careful going forward. The only thing they could have possibly done at E3 last year was to say “Sorry we made this garbage Fallout 76, wasted the lives and talent of FIVE studios and we will scrap it all now, here is 2 upscale remaster ports of TES Oblivion and Fallout 3 with all the expansions, we won’t do this ever again.” But no, we got “you can play the broken garbage mess that is Fallout 76 for free for a week” lol. I wouldn’t play it literally if you paid me to.

Is that loud and clear Content Manager at Bethesda Dominic Davies? Surely you can pass that message on to SOMEONE up there?

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Zenimax Online is a seperate company than Bethesda is not affiliated with the work done on Fallout 76.

Whatever you just wrote is being responded with nothing more than a shoulder shrugh, as Zenimax employees cannot alter or propose to Bethesda what Bethesda has already planned for it’s product line up.

The best thing you did is not buying F76. I followed the same route myself. Now we can just wait and see.

I’m pretty sure they’ll change their plans, scrap their support and turn off the servers to ESO and F76 after reading your post. No way they’d ignore the interest of a single person. You don’t want their space game either? Yeah, I heard many people did, but if you don’t want it, I’m sure they’ll ignore what other people want and just cancel it for you.

But seriously, I get you’re just voicing your own opinion, but that came across as very entitled and ignorant to the concept of other people not sharing your interests.

Anthem was made by a different studio anyway, so I don’t see how it matters.

And good for you that you “wouldn’t play F76 if they paid you to”, but you do realise that people play and like it, right? If they scrapped it to make more remasters (which people sure aren’t sick of), don’t you think that would be bad for the people that enjoy it? It sounds like you support bad business decisions as long as they personally benefit yourself.

JediKnight246 19 January, 2020 @ 19:54
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I’ll just wait for The Elder Scrolls VI and hope that it stays single-player only. It won’t be long now before it’s been a full decade without a new single-player Elder Scrolls game (ESO and the Blades mobile game don’t count). I didn’t bother with Fallout 76 since it has no story (holotapes and robots don’t count) so I can only hope that Fallout 5 will return to being single-player only as well.

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