Throughout this year he is in the universe The Elder Scrolls Online you will come across the term Dark Heart of Skyrim, which refers to a story spread over several DLCs. And even if we only get a light shot of what to expect, from a very successful trailer we learn three things – it will be northerners, vampires and it will be damn dark.
The first Harrowstorm DLC will arrive in February and open the story with a supernatural storm and two dungeons in the Icereach and Unhallowed Grave. From a story point of view, the events of this DLC will lead directly to the second addendum, which is The Elder Scrolls Online: Greymoor. However, you don't have to finish Harrowstorm to go to Greymoor.
Greymoor will complement the present eastern Skyrim and its Eastmarch, Bleakrock and Rift areas with the western part of the country with the city of Solitude and the underground world of Blackreach. As usual with these larger additions, you'll get new dungeons, a trial for 12 people, a story revolving around the vampire master, a remake of vampire skills (for all TESO players) and a new antiques system.
Antiques add new minigames associated with archeology. You can find ancient relics that are likely to have an aesthetic purpose (you need to put them on a shelf). This system does not only apply to Western Skyrim, but to all existing corners of Tamriel, so it makes sense to return to previously explored places.
Two more DLCs will arrive after Greymoor this year, bringing the vampire story to an end, but their names and content will be released later.
But plans for The Elder Scrolls Online are far from over, as the Web learned PCGamesN, developers intend to supply their MMORPG with content at least until it comes out The Elder Scrolls VI. Both games should run side by side. Also, there is no reason why developers should end when they boast an excellent number of 13.5 million players on the E3.
The Elder Scrolls Online: Greymoor will be released on May 18 on PC and June 2 on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Bethesda prepared sáhodlouhý článek about the various editions of the appendix that you can pre-order.