Now The Elder Scrolls Online (TESO): Greymoor pre-order takes place ahead of its May 18, 2020 release date, according to the publisher ZeniMax Online Studios, Bethesda.
The latest chapter in The Elder Scrolls Online (TESO), Greymoor, now is available for pre-order. Though players might not be facing Serana and her Volkihar family Clan, this chapter still promises to be a worthy successor to the undead legacy. The vampire lords are obviously awaiting our arrival in the shadows of Solitude. And who knows how far they will go this time to stray from Auri-El's light.
Right now, are you ready to get your vampire hunt on? Here is how to start your Dawnguard-esque adventure right from Bethesda's store?
And now, here is The Elder Scrolls Online: Greymoor Pre-order:
There are several methods to pre-order the version of Greymoor that's might suitable for you. Right now, you can get them from the Elder Scrolls Online website, Bethesda.net, Xbox Store and the Steam. Unfortunately, there is not an option available for PlayStation 4 at the moment.
Of the versions available to be bought, we notice that there are a few distinctions. Namely: Physical versus Digital and Collector's versus Standard.
Here is The Elder Scrolls Online (TESO): Greymoor Physical Collector's Edition:
As you know, this edition is physical exclusive and it only includes access to The Elder Scrolls Online: Greymoor chapter. ESO as a base-game still needs to be bought separately in order to play. And of course, it comes with an assortment of both physical and digital rewards. And it costs about $130.
1. Exclusive Steelbook (physical)
2. Four collector's coins (NOTE: Still now idea whether can we get the coins by spending ESO gold (physical)
3. Map of Western Skyrim (physical)
4. One Month of ESO Plus™ subscription service
5. Vampire Lord Statue (physical)
1. Crypt Warden Death Hound mount (digital)
2. Death Hound pet (digital)
3. Emote Pack: Skyrim (digital)
4. Orb of Magnus memento (digital)
5. Outfit Style Conversions: Swordthane (digital)
Here is The Elder Scrolls Online (TESO): Greymoor Digital Collector's Edition:
Though this edition lacks all the physical rewards of the one listed above, it does grant access to the base game and all previous chapters upon purchase. What's more, you even could own Morrowind, Summerset, Elsweyr, and Greymoor in one just $80 exchange.
Here is The Elder Scrolls Online (TESO): Greymoor Digital Collector's Edition Upgrade:
When it comes to this edition is just for players who already have the base game and their selected chapters. Buying this gets you all the digital rewards mentioned above for only just $50. As the fact shows, staying loyal to your faction does hold some weight.
Here is The Elder Scrolls Online (TESO): Greymoor Standard Edition Digital Upgrade:
Once you purchasing this version, it will give you access to the chapter with no exclusive rewards and it also asks you to already have the base game. It will cost about $40.
Here is The Elder Scrolls Online (TESO): Greymoor Standard Edition:
Please keep in mind that this edition includes Greymoor, the base game, as well as all previous chapters, but it has no rewards. It will cost you about $60 for everything.
Anyway, regardless of edition, pre-ordering will offer you a High King's share of loot, and that includes:
1. Holdbreaker Warhorse mount (digital exclusive)
2. Jarl Crown
3. Jarl's Refinery costume
4. Nightfall Preview Crown Crate
5. Sacrificial Pocket Mammoth Pet
6. Two 50% XP Scrolls
7. Western Skyrim Treasure Maps
Last but not least, The Elder Scrolls Online: Greymoor launches for PC/MAC players on May 18, 2020, and for the consoles like PS4 and Xbox One on June 2.
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