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Summerset For Elder Scrolls Online Has Been Announced

Today the next chapter in The Elder Scrolls Online game was announced. Players will be journeying to the home of the High Elves in Summerset Isle. The new content will be coming out for all versions of the game that include PC,Mac, PS4, and Xbox One.

The new content won’t be out for some time. PC and Mac players have until May 21st to wait for this new content to come out. Xbox One and PS4 players have to wait until June 5th to jump into this land. Some of the new things that are coming to Elder Scrolls Online include a new location, new main story, Psijic Order, and more.

“By the decree of Queen Ayrenn, Summerset Isle is now open to foreigners, but a Daedric threat looms over the breathtaking home of the High Elves. Travel to the Summerset Isle, reunite with old friends, and unravel a shadowy conspiracy that threatens all of Tamriel.”

Players who want to get a jump on this new content will be able to do so with a prequel quest. Right now you can play a quest that involves Vanus Galerion and the Mages Guild. Once this quest is completed you will acquire the Wyrd Elemental Plume memento. Giving you a leg up when Summerset is released. If you want to pre-order take a look at what is available to you by clicking this link. This is one of those items like Morrowind that isn’t covered in ESO Plus. If you have someone in your household who plays ESO everyday then you will be sure to find out that they bought this the moment it was available. Looks like I need to go back to work and stop playing Sea of Thieves, this is game is becoming expensive. Also until March 27th players can check out Elder Scrolls Online for free. It started on PC, Mac, and PS4 on the 21st and Xbox One on the 22nd.


David Yerion
David Yerionhttp://www.Ticgamesnetwork.com
Living in Northern California. Nestled between Mt. Lassen and Mt. Shasta in a small town. Family, gaming and work are my life. Hit me up @davidyerion on Twitter. Playing since Atari 2600.

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