Greymoor launch date set: May 26th on PC/Mac and June 9th on Xbox One and PlayStation 4
The next chaper of the Elder Scrolls Online was set to launch on PC on May 18, but this date had to be pushed back due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Thankfully, the coronavirus has had minimal impact on development as we now have an official release date for Elder Scrolls Online: Greymoor — May 26 on PC/Mac and June 9 on Xbox One and PlayStation 4.
“As always, I hope this message finds all of you in good health. This is an extremely challenging time for the world, and I hope you are concentrating on the well-being of you and your families. All of us at ZOS have been doing the same, working from home, chatting on video, and sharing far too many memes with one another–all while working hard on ESO. We long for the time when we can “return to normal,” but for now, we are–like many of you–trying to make the best of things.
Despite the challenges, we are still on track for Update 26 and the Greymoor Chapter to launch only one week late. 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.”
You can find the full letter from Game Director Matt Firor right here.
For more on Elder Scrolls Online, check out our previous coverage.