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What’s new in The Elder Scrolls Online: Greymoor, now live on PS4

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What’s new in The Elder Scrolls Online: Greymoor, now live on PS4

Explore Western Skyrim and continue your Dark Heart of Skyrim adventure with The Elder Scrolls Online: Greymoor, now live at PS Store.

The Elder Scrolls Online’s latest Chapter, Greymoor, brings all-new challenges and stories to Tamriel’s adventurers and returns Elder Scrolls fans to the mountainous region of Western Skyrim for the first time since The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim.

Skyrim Needs Heroes

In The Elder Scrolls Online: Greymoor, you’ll explore both the home of the Nords within Western Skyrim, and the vast subterranean world beneath Blackreach. You’ll have the chance to visit a Skyrim almost 1,000 years before the events of TES:V, including the city of Solitude and townships of Dragon Bridge and Morthal. As you explore this isolated part of Tamriel, you’ll discover a hardy people struggling to survive and deeply suspicious of outsiders, even including other Nords.

Explore Solitude 1000 years before TES: V

Roaming giants, ill-tempered guards, and frigid barrows filled with mindless draugr, while the region’s snow-swept mountains and rocky cliffs might be familiar at first, with its supernatural predators and massive, soul-stealing Harrowstorm events, you’ll find no shortage of new and unique quests and challenges within both Western Skyrim and Blackreach.

A Dark Tale

In Greymoor, an ancient threat rises from beneath, and a monstrous legion of Vampires, werewolves, and witches prey upon the local Nords. Why they have risen from their long-forgotten vaults and what they are planning is the mystery you must investigate in the Chapter’s main storyline. With new and returning fan-favorite characters (including Lyris Titanborn) to aid you in your quest and a dark host of monsters standing in your way, Greymoor is a gothic tale full of secrets and danger that will take you from the royal palace of Solitude to the darkest depths of Blackreach. 

Discover Skyrim’s dark heart

Part of the Dark Heart of Skyrim year-long adventure, Greymoor is an important story within the massive, interconnected adventure that began with the Harrowstorm DLC in March and continues throughout the rest of the year. The events of this Chapter will resonate throughout all of this year’s releases, but that doesn’t mean you have to complete the Dark Heart of Skyrim stories in any particular order, and you can begin your adventure at any point and with any release! 

New Antiquities System

Greymoor also introduces the Antiquities System, a new series of minigames and activities that see you travel all over Tamriel in order to locate and dig up its hidden treasures and knowledge. As a member of the Antiquarian’s Circle, you can use a powerful relic to scry the locations of special dig sites, scattered all over the world that you can then excavate in order to uncover its buried relics and riches. 

Dig up unique relics and knowledge with Antiquities

With this new system, you can dig up a massive selection of new collectibles, including unique furnishings, outfit styles, components for a special mount, a devastating PvP siege weapon, and more. Antiquities is also the only way you can acquire the powerful new Mythic items, special gear that you can equip for a uniquely powerful boon. In addition to these goods, you’ll also uncover long-lost secrets and lore about that particular relic or part of Tamriel. 

Become a Vampire

Releasing in tandem with the Greymoor Chapter is Update 26, a free base-game patch that includes a complete reworking of the Vampire Skill Line. With this revamp, Vampires will enjoy a host of new and improved abilities, designed to make playing as a Vampire a more active and engaging experience. 

Prey on Tamriel with new vampiric abilities

With a Vampire character, you’ll be able to mercilessly strike from nowhere and then fade away into the shadows before your enemies can even react. Trading your own life force for power, few will be able to withstand your relentless assault and supernatural elusiveness. However, this power comes at a cost, and Vampires must now be careful with how they use their powers in the open, lest they attract the attention of the local guards. 

Gifts with Purchase at PS Store

Buy Greymoor now at PlayStation Store, and you’ll receive a host of special Gifts with Purchase rewards only available for a limited time. These rewards include: 

  • Jarl Finery costume
  • Sacrificial Pocket Mammoth pet
  • Nightfall Preview Crown Crate
  • Western Skyrim Treasure Maps
  • Jarl Crown adornment
  • Two XP Scrolls
  • Holdbreaker Warhorse mount

Everything you need to begin your adventure in Western Skyrim! These items are perfect for new players and are only available as Gifts with Purchase from now until Monday, June 22 24*, so don’t miss out. 

With all-new zones, stories, powers, and treasure, Greymoor is an exciting new Chapter for all ESO players, new and old. Whether you’re looking for your next big adventure or eager to explore a Skyrim from an age before, there’s something for you in The Elder Scrolls Online: Greymoor — it’s time to once again discover the home of the Nords. 

The Elder Scrolls Online: Greymoor is now available at PlayStation Store for PS4.

*The original end date was incorrectly listed as June 22.

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  • it would be better if you got off whatever you’re sitting on, and actually made sure it was on the Store

    i mean you’ve had weeks, they’ve delayed it…. and you still can’t get it up on time. disappointing.

  • I would NOT buy it.

    It looks fun, If it Worked!

    A large part of the game is making in game money to buy gear or house items or anything, for a lot of people they make their money using a fencer to sell stolen items. Anytime you use the fencer to sell the player Will Always get a UI Error where the game just does not work… keep in mind ESO has DLCs that rely on the full use of the fencer, so you think they would test something like this right? NOPE!

    Also sense Eso made file size changes sometime last month the game has been littered with freezing, character interaction glitching where can’t fight Anything, character flying off into space if hit by a NPC. ESO has really broken a fun game

  • Well… i purchased Elder Scrolls Online at launch years ago and couldn’t get into it as the world didnt feel right and roaming it was dull and boring with a feeling that it was missing something also im sure animals would just popup in front of you then im sure some of the quests where bugged so i stopped playing it after only a few days.

    watching that trailer it looks like nothing has changed except that it looks like its running on a playstation 3 not a 4 which doesn’t entice me at all to reinstall the game as i have it on digital copy. even looking at the photos it makes the game look like your on a set of a cheap B-movie rather than a real world as it just has that artificial look to everything

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