The Elder Scrolls Online Greymoor New Launch Date Revealed!
The Elder Scrolls Online Greymoor new launch date has been revealed. The game was first set to launch on May 18 but was pushed back due to the novel coronavirus.
Greymoor is the biggest expansion of The Elder Scrolls Online. This will come with some minor adjustments to abilities, as well as a free prologue and it will be closing the storyline of Skyrim.
Game Director, Matt Firor said on Twitter that the game is more popular now than it did before because of the pandemic, he said, “we have more people playing ESO right now than at any point since 2015. We are very grateful that ESO is able to provide so many people a welcome respite from the ongoing crisis.”
Firor also acknowledges the bug fixes needed in the game by stating, “We know that we still have a ‘delayed input’ problem that prevents key and button presses from registering, especially in high-stress situations like Keep sieges in Cyrodiil, Trials, and other large PvE events.”
Updates and fixes are also going well for the Greymoor expansion as Firor said that they “continue to hunt down and fix performance problems and work on both client and server optimizations, some which are going live with Update 26.”
The Elder Scrolls Online Greymoor is set to launch on May 26, for PC. The console launch for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One will be on June 9. Firor did say that they are confident in meeting these dates but admitted that they “haven’t launched a major ESO update while working remotely before, and unforeseen problems can and do crop up.”
Lastly, Firor said, “wash your damn hands”.
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