Elder Scrolls Online Greymoor DLC Release Date Revealed

After a short delay, ESO's Greymoor expansion has a new release date on consoles and PC.


The Greymoor expansion for The Elder Scrolls Online finally has a definitive release date. It's slated to hit Mac and PC on May 26 and PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on June 9.

Previously, Greymoor was supposed to release on May 18 for Mac and PC and June 2 for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. But due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, game director Matt Firor confirmed that the DLC had to "launch one week late." Firor also noted that this new date is subject to change.

Greymoor is ESO's biggest piece of content, as it wraps up the Skyrim storyline. A free prologue chapter is available in order to get the stage properly set for the Greymoor expansion. There's also a patch to download that makes some adjustments to abilities and more.

Some new servers have been added to PC for European players to combat the "massive number of you playing." Firor said ESO has been handling the increased player count well and that these additional PC servers should ensure the game continues to run smoothly.

Additionally, an "'input delay' prevent[ing] key and button presses from registering" in large PvE events is being investigated. Firor said an update on this issue will come as soon as the studio has something to say.

In other ESO news, ZeniMax recently hired developer Collin Cambell, who has previously worked on Star Wars Battlefront II, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, and Mass Effect: Andromeda. Cambell has joined the ESO creator as its lead level designer for the studio's unannounced new IP.

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