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Walk among the High Elves in The Elder Scrolls Online: Summerset’s new trailer

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Update, April 18: New gameplay trailer gives us a tour of Summerset Isle.

Bethesda have released a new video which takes us on a tour of the beautiful and mysterious Summerset Isle.

Bethesda sent out 'Save the Dates' for this year's E3, which could mean the next Elder Scrolls game.

Original story, March 21: The Elder Scrolls Online: Summerset will take you to the home of the High Elves.

A new chapter for The Elder Scrolls Online will take Zenimax’s MMO to the home of the High Elves. The Elder Scrolls Online: Summerset is the next major update to the RPG.

Summerset Isle hasn’t featured in an Elder Scrolls game since before I was born, back in 1994’s The Elder Scrolls: Arena. The snooty High Elves, or Altmer, have largely kept to themselves on the island, but now Queen Ayrenn has opened its shores to foreigners, to help combat a Daedric threat looming over the Elves’ home.

The new update will of course mean a new zone. Summerset is the largest addition to the game ever, even bigger than last year’s huge Vvardenfell update. It’ll also continue the story, concluding the Daedric line that began back in 2015.

On top of the new story and zone, the Summerset update comes with a selection of new features. It’ll offer the first chance to join the mages of the Psijic Order, offering a new set of combat skills and the ability to manipulate time itself. There are also new group PvE challenges, with the new 12-player Cloudrest Trial.

If you want to visit Tamriel, now’s a good time to start. A free week, running until March 27, begins today, allowing new players to play the base game for free. To get access, head to the game’s Free Play page. The Elder Scrolls Online: Summerset launches June 5.

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Jac Atax Avatar
1 Month ago

If only it was single player I'd be so happy, but ESO is too fourth wall breaking to meet my RPG needs.

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1 Month ago

For my queen!

Too bad my lady plays so rarely. Not wanting to play without her so I'm still stuck at Vvardenfell. Well there are lots of other games luckily.