Game News The Elder Scrolls Online High Isle: release date, news, we’re reviewing the new expansion
Released in 2014, the MMORPG The Elder Scrolls Online is about to provide a new expansion to the adventurers living in its universe. After Morrowind, Summerset, Elsweyr, Greymoor and Blackwood, it was time for the noble knights with more High Isle. A few days before its official release on PC, we reviewed everything we need to know about the additional content ZeniMax Online Studios is considering.
- What is the High Isle expansion plan?
- What are the new areas to explore?
- What is Tales and Glories, the innovation of taverns?
- What else is new?
- When will The Elder Scrolls Online High Isle come out?
What is the High Isle expansion plan?
The High Isle chapter is part of The Elder Scrolls Online’s Breton Legacy saga. It offers the player to start with the former Breton home through a major quest that is part of the Breton Legacy. The latter asked to unmask a secret order of knights led by the mysterious Lord Ascendant as well as the Magus Ascendant, black characters willing to draw a line under the peace talks of War Three. the Pattern. If nothing could stop them, they would throw all of Tamriel into a bloody battle. Breton culture is obligatory, the heroes have to face various pitfalls while breaking down various political intrigues. All while finding themselves under the crossfire of three opposing factions: the Dufort house, the Mornard house and the unshakable society.
What are the new areas to explore?
The new study area, the Systres Archipelago, consists of Île-Haute and Île d’Amenos. These places never before explored in The Elder Scrolls have high cliffs, tall castles and lush forests. The architectures to visit as well as the places to study promise to be exotic. The artistic direction used carries a cachet that should appeal to regulars. These new areas will make it possible to find some well-known protagonists.
What is Tales and Glories, the innovation of taverns?
Tales of Glory has been described as “a new way to relax Elder Scrolls Online”. What exactly is this? Just a collectible card game where it is possible to face NPCs or friends, such as Hearthstone or Magic. The player can collect cards through the Tavern (a reserve of 5 cards) to form the best possible decks to defeat his opponents. At the start of the game, each participant selects two decks involving two mentors. These teachers can be summoned during the game, which will give the player who starts the action special bonuses. The goal is to clearly chain destructive actions to win the duel. There are two conditions to victory: either the player accumulates 40 Prestige, or he succeeds in getting the favors of four Mentors. In this turn-based card game, players have 90 seconds to decide. There are eight mentor decks, each centered on a home or individual in Tamriel. The first four decks (Celaros Loremaster, Delmene Hlaalu, Duke of the Ravens and Saint Pekin) are accessible from the end of the tutorial. The last four are unlocked by completing special quests.
What else is new?
The High Isle expansion also includes a new raid (12 man PVE) called Doomsail Reef, new world events called Rifts, and new bosses, side quests, dungeons, and holes have not yet been seen. In addition, this chapter brings collectibles and rewards that the adventurer will not find anywhere else in Nirn. Finally, two new comrades entered the arena: Braise (a Khajiit) and Isobel (a Breton). They will benefit from dedicated quests as well as a more developed backstory than other colleagues.
The High Isle expansion of Elder Scrolls Online will be released on June 6, 2022 on PC and Mac. It will arrive on June 21, 2022 on Xbox One, Xbos Series X | S, PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 consoles.