Elder Scrolls Online: Summerset expansion launches on PC

Recently, Bethesda announced the latest expansion for The Elder Scrolls Online called "Summerset". Summerset is the next chapter for the game and takes players to the incredible Isle of Summerset to explore the home of the High Elves for the first time since 1994's The Elder Scrolls: Arena. The expansion includes a massive new zone, main story, skill line based on the mysterious Psijic Order, and the introduction of jewelry crafting.

Luckily, it launched today for PC players. Summerset is accompanied by Update 18 which fixes a lot of bugs and makes the experience even better.

The Elder Scrolls Online: Summerset should release for Xbox One and PlayStation 4 on June 5, 2018. The game features Xbox One X and PlayStation 4 Pro support as well.

The Elder Scrolls Online takes place in one connected world where you can stay up to date with everything your friends are doing. Whether you play alone or with companions, the game's combat system allows you to focus on action and tactics. You can use any weapon at any time, no matter what class, and customize your abilities to play the way you want. There are hundreds of quests and other activities to engage in. The goal is to uncover the mysteries of Tamriel and seek heroic quests on your own schedule. You can explore the far reaches of Skyrim, the mysterious lands of Morrowind, or the sprawling metropolis of Daggerfall. Despite its missteps at launch, The Elder Scrolls Online is now an expansive experience all gamers can enjoy.

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  • I really want to get more into ESO, but the scope of the game is way too daunting for me to sink time into, I kinda wish it was more "instance" based rather than such huge landmasses, that way I could feel like I'm actually achieving something every time I play.
  • Not having played ESO before, I really enjoyed the free weekend on Xbox a month or so ago, but I felt the same. As much as I enjoyed it, I just don't have the time to invest in something like that which is why I never even finished Skyrim. There is just SO MUCH to do. It's incredible value for the money though, if you look at it that way. There are a lot of games out there I wouldn't even buy if they were half priced because they're so light on content comparatively.