A New Adventure In A Whole New Location
Four major expansions have been revealed for Elder Scrolls Online today with the first chapter, High Isles, expected to launch on consoles and PC this June.
Announced during the ESO 2022 Global Reveal Event ‘Legacy of The Brentons‘ is a year-long arc that will be told over the four expansions and gives players the chance to explore a whole new region inspired by Medieval culture. The Styres Archipelago introduces the island of High Isle which serves as a holiday resort for the Brentons an upper-class society descended from humans and elves.
Players will be able to explore High Isle at length and take in the stunning architecture as they take a deep dive into the culture and history of the Brentons. Along the way, a dark tale of political intrigue and conspiracy will begin to unfold as peace talks to end the Three Banner War are threatened by a secret knightly order.
High Isle will also introduce two new companions to Elder Scrolls Online who players can encounter and recruit. Ember a Khajit who grew up on the streets of High Isle and is skilled in magical abilities. Players will also meet Isobel a virtuous Brenton on her way to becoming a knight.
Tales of Tribute is a new card game that will be added to Elders Scroll Online with the High Isle expansion. There’s a heavy emphasis on resource building and players will have access to PvP and PvE matches as they increase their rank through the unique leveling system. Tales of Tribute has a whole questline that players can experience through challenging NPCs, winning a match offers rewards such as furnishings and transmute stones.
A Spanish text translation will also be included in the newest patch for Elder Scrolls Online to coincide with the release of High Isle which is available to pre-purchase now through the ESO store, retailers, and platform stores.