The Elder Scrolls Online Is Teasing Its Next Big Announcement

Another year, another Elder Scrolls Online The story spans years. Earlier today, the official Twitter account of ESO tweeted out a teaser, promising more information tomorrow on exactly what the team has planned next for the MMO series.

The teaser itself is nothing short of spectacular, although it certainly looks and feels different from previous years. A sea storm rolled by like lightning in the distance. While there’s not much to go by, the trailer still leaves some interesting possibilities if you let your mind wander.

Maybe so ESO is taking the player across a river to Akavir, a continent east of Tamriel. Alternatively, focusing on a stormy sea could mean we could delve into the realm of Maormer, effectively sea elves. This race of Elves live on Pyandonea, south of the Summerset Islands. This also means the introduction of incoming ships Scrolls online, though that might just be wild speculation on our part.

Either way, eager players won’t need to wait long as ZeniMax Online Studios is hinting that more will be revealed tomorrow, January 5th. Keep it in line with their usual schedules. since Elsweyr chapter was introduced, ESO has returned to telling stories that span years, with their DLC, dungeons, and Expansion Chapters linking together throughout the year. Previous years Gates of Oblivion takes players back to the Land of the Dead, first explored in The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion, while the previous year saw the players venturing back to the frozen tundra of Skyrim. Kevin recently took a look back Scrolls online in 2021, consists of Black wood chapter, Champion Point 2.0 System and more. The Elder Scrolls Online Is Teasing Its Next Big Announcement


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