We’re definitely going to Elder Scrolls Online’s Greymoor on May 26, ZeniMax confirms


Earlier this month, ZeniMax admitted it was delaying Elder Scrolls Online’s Skyrim-themed Greymoor chapter an extra week thanks to the pandemic, which had forced the staff to work remotely and was causing localization and voiceover issues. Today’s announcement confirms that it will indeed launch on May 26th.

“Despite the challenges, we are still on track for Update 26 and the Greymoor Chapter to launch only one week late,” ZOS Game Director Matt Firor says. “Now that Update 26 is on the PTS (check it out!), we are confident that we will be able to launch Tuesday, May 26th on PC/Mac and Tuesday, June 9th on Xbox One and PlayStation 4. This of course could change if something happens outside of our control. Remember, we haven’t launched a major ESO update while working remotely before, and unforeseen problems can and do crop up.”

Firor further notes that there are currently “more people playing ESO right now than at any point since 2015″ (hard numbers would be awesome, hint hint ZOS) and that the team is still investigating the “delayed input” bug that apparently “prevents key and button presses from registering, especially in high-stress situations like Keep sieges in Cyrodiil, Trials, and other large PvE events.”

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