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The Elder Scrolls Online: Greymoor - Cinematic trailer for the release


The Elder Scrolls Online: Greymoor – Cinematic trailer for the release

The Elder Scrolls Online: Greymoor is here! Since May 26th ESO players can return to the world of Sykrim – but there are sinister dangers lurking in the underworld. The year-long adventure »The Black Heart of Skyrim« is celebrated for the PC release by Greymoor with a spectacularly staged Cinematic Trailer.

There's also one for all players free update, which also brings innovations regardless of the new chapter Greymoor.

Blizzard-level cinematic action

Vampires, werewolves, a mysterious dungeon and a vampire prince who rises above the edge of the sky with his army – the trailer doesn't exactly save with dramatic effects.

The release trailer tells one four-minute action-packed story from the descent into the underworld from Skyrim. You can also see a scene from the previous release teaser about which our colleagues from MeinMMO an extensive analysis

have put together for you.

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Spectacular cinematics for Elder Scrolls Online are actually not uncommon – because Bethesda works with the best of the best for their trailers. The almost cinematic cinematic for the Elsweyr addon was created in collaboration with Blur Studio – who already produced cinematics for League of Legends and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and even participated in the Netflix series Love, Death & Robots.

A new free update

It will not only be exciting for owners of the Skyrim add-on: Together with Greymoor this will also appear free update 26 for the base game. This is 6.64 GB including add-on improvements and, among other things, fundamentally revises your own vampire existence.

Was to be a bloodsucker in ESO so far rather unspectacular, should Vampiric players now become significantly more dangerous – but at the same time feel the curse that is on them. The GamePro colleagues will tell you whether this concept really works:

Update 26 also brings a number of detail improvements such as:

  • Server and client optimization to improve game performance
  • A new precision mode for the living editor
  • Character selection update
  • Changes to the Imperial City

For ESO adventurers who are still unsure whether Greymoor can inspire them, we recommend Part 1 of our GameStar test. In it we clarify whether the Game world and the new mechanics good for something.


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