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The Elder Scrolls Online: High Isle

ZeniMax Online Studios, Bethesda Softworks
Jun 6, 2022 - PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PC, Google Stadia
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OpenCritic Rating

75

Top Critic Average

46%

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6 / 10
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7.5 / 10
Fextralife
8 / 10
33bits
80 / 100
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Critic Reviews for The Elder Scrolls Online: High Isle

‎High Isle is one of the most eye-catching expansions since the MMO launched in 2014. You can see the ambition of the team to create a different story and the contents it adds manage to expand even more the vast universe of the saga. The Spanish translation marks High Isle as the best time to start playing The Elder Scrolls Online.‎

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MMORPGs continue to come and go, but only a handful remain really vital and appealing to a broad range of new and faithful players. While not every expansion of Elder Scrolls Online has been equally amazing, each one has deepened and broadened the core experience. With High Isle, ZeniMax and Bethesda tone down the melodrama. In its place are political upheavals, scheming anarchists and an addictive new card game. The Elder Scrolls Online continues to be a dream MMO for both solo players and groups.

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The Elder Scrolls Online: High Isle brings with it many great moments, and the landscape of the Systres is a joy to explore, especially the jungle prison of Amenos. While its story is predictable, I’m not uninterested as I look forward to the rest of the year’s content drops. In the end, it's this formulaic malaise that keeps The Elder Scrolls Online: High Isle from being truly great.

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The Elder Scrolls Online: High Isle is a welcome addition to the long-running MMO. The gameplay remains familiar enough so regular Elder Scrolls Online players won't be in for any unpleasant surprises and the world building and storytelling makes High Isle a worthwhile visit.

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Elder Scrolls Online: High Isle adds a huge new area to explore, with one of the key features being a card game. While Trails of Tribute, and the large amount of lore are fun, the expansion isn't enough to win players of other MMORPG's like Final Fantasy 14 over.

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The Elder Scrolls Online: High Isle expansion brings an exciting new story to the eight-year-old online game, and once again expands the breadth of the world of The Elder Scrolls series. The new "High Isle" map is rich in explorable contents, and the "Tales of Tribute" card game is no less fun than "Gwent". If you are a player who loves The Elder Scrolls series, immersing yourself in the world of The Elder Scrolls Online must be a perfect experience.

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Fextralife

Yuria
8 / 10
Fextralife

The expansion holds roughly 30 plus hours of content, not only providing a solid main quest line but also plenty of side quests, Volcanic Vents, new enemies, and card collectible fun along the way. Exploration is enjoyable as the region is split into different isles which can be travelled to by the boat ports. If you enjoy mystery, political intrigue and diving into dark crypts, this one is for you.

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The Elder Scrolls Online returns with an expansion with a more "earthly" story where political intrigues will be the order of the day. We will visit Isla Alta and discover new locations and events. And this time, finally, completely in Spanish.

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