from Andreas Bertits
The new release date of the Greymoor add-on for the MMORPG The Elder Scrolls Online (ESO) is known. As already announced by Zenimax, the release is only postponed by a week.

At the beginning of April, Zenimax Online had to announce the release date of the Greymoor add-on for the MMORPG The Elder Scrolls Online unable to comply. Actually, the new adventures should have started on May 18 on PC and on June 2 on PS4 and Xbox One.

A little bit more patience

The glazing should only last about a week and as Zenimax has now announced, it is almost exactly a week. Greymoor will now be released on May 26th for PC and June 9th for PS4 and Xbox One.

The developers announce that they are currently still working on technical problems with the MMORPG. Because a rush of players after the free play days and during the free subscription weeks have ensured that there are delays in scenes with a lot of activity, such as PvP battles and sieges as well as during the tests. Here, the developers are still looking for solutions, because the situation is likely to worsen when Greymoor is released if the problems have not been solved by then.

The adventures in Skyrim will start on May 26th on PC and on June 2nd on PS4 and Xbox One.

Source: ESO website

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