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Elder Scrolls Online Skyrim update coming in May 2020

Get ready for vampires thanks to Greymoor.

The Elder Scrolls Online Skyrim update will be available from May 2020, taking players to Western Skyrim and introducing us to vampires, new dunegons and much more.

Available on PC and Mac from 18 May, followed by 2 June on Xbox One and PS4, here’s what the content will be included as part of the Skyrim update, titled Greymoor:

  • Skyrim like you’ve never seen it before: 2020’s Chapter, Greymoor, is set to launch in May and June and brings new zones to ESO: Western Skyrim, the frozen homeland of the Nords, and the long-forgotten Blackreach cavern—expanded from what players originally explored in The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim—to fight sinister monsters while unlocking the secret of the Dark Heart of Skyrim.
  • A new year-long adventure awaits: The Dark Heart of Skyrim is a year-long interconnected adventure spanning four updates in 2020: the prologue quest (free to all players) and Harrowstorm DLC dungeon pack, the Greymoor Chapter, the Q3 DLC dungeon pack, and the Q4 Story DLC. While this is one of The Elder Scrolls’ darkest stories yet, there are still heroes that spark hope: returning from the base game are Lyris Titanborn and House Ravenwatch who will take the fight to those that stalk the night.
  • New world events and gameplay systems: The Greymoor Chapter brings new world events and gameplay systems. Group up with fellow players to quell the magical Harrowstorms terrorizing the land. Additionally, players will travel beyond Western Skyrim and across Tamriel to recover lost artifacts with the new Antiquities system; scry the location of ancient relics and excavate them to uncover Tamriel’s hidden history and unlock powerful and fun rewards for all types of players!

The Elder Scrolls Online is currently available on Windows PC, Mac, Xbox One and PS4.

 

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