The Elder Scrolls Online: Greymoor is coming, and this time can you still save Skyrim once again?
A few months ago, the developer Bethesda has announced The Elder Scrolls Online: Greymoor for PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4 consoles. Ever since the Massively Multiplayer Online Game (MMOG) released, a lot of players have been asking the team to allow them to relieve The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim's glory days. Now the good news is, that wish has been granted, and for the upcoming expansion - The Elder Scrolls Online: Greymoor that launches in May on PC and in June on Xbox One and PlayStation 4 consoles - does precisely that.
According to the developer Bethesda, the Dark Heart of Skyrim beats from the depths in TESO: Greymoor. Now you are tasked with exploring the snow-swept region of Western Skyrim and then face an ancient vampiric army working as part of a year-long gothic adventure. However, there are plenty of other surprises in that store.
As we all agreed that one of the most mysterious areas in Skyrim is the underground city of Blackreach.Blackreach, in fact, was, from my understanding, the crowning achievement of the mysterious and extinct Dwemer. The Dwemer is The Elder Scrolls' take on Dwarves, even though they are a race of Elves. It is still unclear why they went extinct, however, it seems like it was due to an experiment gone wrong that converted the entire population into pure energy.
The Elder Scrolls Online: Greymoor allows you to explore the city of Blackreach, and I have no idea about whether I still can get massive Elder Scrolls Online Gold over there, but, the thing is, it is much bigger than what we got in Skyrim. According to a press briefing Windows Central attended, it is also an important part of the map in the upcoming expansion, even though this city is underground. even though this city is underground. I cannot remember the last time I ever explored a massive underground city in any game, well, apart from Skyrim. I sincerely hope, it will live up to the hype the developers built during this briefing.
The Elder Scrolls Online started off as quite miserable experience, but the removal of the required subscription and the addition of content-rich expansions have already made it one of the best MMOs on the market. Moreover, it even runs at 4K resolution on Xbox One X console. There are hundreds, if not thousands, of hours of content in this game. You will explore diverse regions from deserts to those sprawling cities.
Previously, The Elder Scrolls Online has already provided a lot of enjoyable experience, but, unfortunately, the game has not been able to capture the mystery of Skyrim to this day. There is just something about the snowy peaks and some ancient ruins that feels more enigmatic than the rest of Tamriel. The fact is, I am so glad that the developers determined to revisit this region because it is still the highlight of the franchise, even after all these years.
I am quite excited for The Elder Scrolls Online: Greymoor because it takes us back to Skyrim, but also offers us new content to explore. I was worried that we would have to explore the same areas, but since The Elder Scrolls Online: Greymoor takes place hundreds of years before these events of the last entry in the franchise, it is going to be quite different. Maybe the ESO Gold in this latest chapter also does not work anymore. We will not be limited to a small portion of Blackreach this time around, but also we can access other areas of this mysterious city. If you really loved Skyrim, or just love fantasy games in general, then you really should check out Greymoor.
If you want to get a slight taste of what Greymoor has in store, you even can play the free prologue right now. It has been available for a few weeks. Well, it is only a bite-sized portion of the campaign, however, you will know what to expect when this expansion drops in a few weeks on PC and Xbox One and PlayStation 4.