High Isle Trailer Showcases ‘Most Accessible’ DLC
Bethesda showed off the first chunk of gameplay for the upcoming The Elder Scrolls Online: High Island expansion with a new trailer.
The expansion will bring players to the titular High Isle at High Rock – home of the Bretons – in The Elder Scrolls Online for the first time. A short trailer released yesterday (April 14) gave players their first taste of what this upcoming expansion will look like.
“Something is wrong in High Isle, home of Britain’s chivalrous elite,” reads the description of the trailer. “The idyllic archipelago of Systres now stands on the brink of utter catastrophe, and a sinister cabal is working in the shadows to plunge all of Tamriel into endless conflict.
The trailer shows the people of High Rock going about their business, but it looks like some kind of trouble is brewing underground. Players will have three biomes to explore and a new card game called “Tales of Tribute” will also be introduced as part of the expansion.
“Team up with new companions and allies, explore stunning new lands, play a hand in the all-new deck-building card game, Tales of Tribute, and continue your Legacy of the Bretons adventure in The Elder Scrolls Online: High Isle,” the trailer description adds.
According to Rich Lambert, creative director of The Elder Scrolls Onlinethis expansion will also be one of the easiest for new players to pick up (via Polygon). “This is probably the most accessible content we’ve added to The Elder Scrolls Online in terms of people who know the franchise.
“But with that, it’s kind of a traditional medieval fantasy storytelling. It’s focused on the noble houses and the politics that’s mixed in with all of that, and the knights. So it’s super accessible and super easy for everyone .
the high island expansion is coming The Elder Scrolls Online June 6 for PC, Stadia, and Mac, and June 21 for PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S.
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