The Elder Scrolls Online: Greymoor Reviews
The Elder Scrolls Online: Greymoor is the most ambitious TESO expansion yet. However, the world exploration is a bit lackluster and there is a few other gameplay issues. All and all, if you're waiting for the next mainline installment of the series, there's enjoyment to be had here.
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For what it’s worth, this story is a step up above the rest, giving The Elder Scrolls Online a story that it needed, that it deserved, and even lifts up one of the strongest NPCs in the title yet: Lyris Titanborn. Lyris has been underplayed for quite some time and now that she’s finally getting her chance to shine next to the previously introduced vampire, Finorian. Greymoor gives a lot of hope for the future of The Elder Scrolls Online and shows that even minor touches such as the ones this one has gotten, can improve the overall experience moving forward.
The Elder Scrolls Online: Greymoor is the fourth major expansion for the Zenimax MMO. We return to the incredible Skyrim in a rather dark story with vampires as the central axis. Despite being quite continuist and adding few new features - the remodeling of the vampire subclass and the search for the most important antiques - Skyrim wins our hearts again, although it is clear that fresh ideas are needed for the future.
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This was clearly a labour of love. The team creating the Elder Scrolls Online sure love the world of Tamriel, and it shows when they’re able to create a great chapter that stands on its own merit; even when it’s standing on the foundations of the fifth game in the series. Greymoor has a short but exhilarating story that left me ready for what’s to come in the future. Western Skyrim is gorgeous and a joy to explore. It gothic setting is a refreshing change in ESO, and if what’s to come is as good as this, I’ll happily find myself coming back to enjoy what’s on offer.
You’ll have plenty to do while waiting for this fall’s release of The Dark Heart of Skyrim’s finale. If Greymoor is anything to go off of, it’ll be worth the wait.
ZOS has done an amazing job creating the Western Skyrim and Blackreach zones for the latest expansion, and as strange as it sounds, adventuring throughout the icy landscape is a welcome relief from the greenery of Elsweyr and Summerset.