It’s been just revealed that Elder Scrolls Online: Greymoor comes this May with the brand new Antiquities system that will be centered around finding artifacts.
Players are looking forward to this new and exciting feature that’s coming with the upcoming Greymoor chapter.
The new system will be allowing players to explore the fictional world of Tamriel and the history though artifact-finding in the gothic, vampire-themed Greymoor.
The latest chapter in The Elder Scrolls Online is set to release on May 26th after it was delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The Elder Scrolls Online’s Antiquities system
Antiquities look like they will definitely be a big part of the upcoming gameplay and it will also include an interesting incentive for players to travel and learn more about the past of Tamriel.
Gamerant notes that players will be able to join the Antiquarian Circle and hunt for “unique collectibles, treasure, and even powerful Mythic items.”
The Elder Scrolls Online’s Antiquities system features two new mini-games: Scrying and Excavation, according to the same online Poblacion mentioned above. When these two are combined, they will allow a player to find and retrieve hidden objects.
Michael Schroeder, the lead designer for the new system, explained that the new mechanic “is meant to be more puzzle-based than action-based and is best played in short bursts,” as cited by the same online publication.
Greymoor will follow Elseweyrchapter and it will be the very first ESO DLC from this year.
The Antiquities really seem like the best opportunity for fans to dig deep into the amazing lore.
About a month ago, we were reporting 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.