It’s been revealed that The Elder Scrolls Online’s next expansion called Greymoor seems to be digging into Tamriel’s history is various ways.
It’s been revealed by PCGamer that the MMORPG is headed to the western territories of Skyrim a thousand years before the events that take place in the Elder Scrolls V.
Now, according to the online publication PC Gamer, the next Elder Scrolls Online expansion will be rolling out in about a week after the confirmed May 18 release date – says ZeniMax Online Studios revealed.
This is a pretty small delay, and it’s for a good cause, so don’t freak out: the studio is reportedly adapting to remote work in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
The expansion hits the game’s public test server on April 20
Despite the small delay, the Greymoor expansion, which also includes Update 26 will be hitting the game’s public test server on April 20.
This will lake one element – French voice actors. Due to France’s work lockdown, actors have not been able to provide their lines, and this means that the French-speaking players will need to rely on text and subtitles as well.
“Our player population is larger than normal right now as many of you are stuck at home, and video games like ESO are a wonderful distraction from a daily life that is not always awesome,” game director Matt Firor said, as cited by PC Gamer.
He continued and said: “We’ve had some really fun ESO events this month, including our ongoing Anniversary Jubilee, so we will all be watching for any issues caused by an already large population playing ESO getting even larger.”
This really sounds that it will be worth the wait.
Back in March, The Elder Scrolls VI made headlines in relation to all kinds of new rumors regarding the release date.
The Elder Scrolls sold over 58 million copies all over the world.