Sunday, November 27

Bethesda anticipates the next content of the Elder Scrolls Online with this trailer

On January 27, Bethesda Softworks and Zenimax Online Studios will announce the “new adventure of Elder Scrolls for The Elder Scrolls Online. Through the MMO’s official Twitter account, the companies have posted a teaser trailer which has left fans speculating as much about the area that they will be able to explore in the next expansion as well as the possible playable news. Can you see the thriller below.

The digital event ESO 2022 Global Reveal in which a first look at the next Chapter will be announced and offered, upcoming additional content “and more” will air on the channel of Twitch de Bethesda the Thursday, January 27 at 9:00 p.m. Spanish peninsular time. It will be there where the players of the MMO set in the universe created by Bethesda Game Studios know what is to come after the expansion The Elder Scrolls Online: Blackwood, released on June 8, 2021 for PC, Stadia, Xbox Series, Xbox One, PS5, and PS4 as part of the storyline of Gates of Oblivion.

On the aforementioned fan speculations, from the middle ComicBook collect several of them. The players point out that the armor that appears in the second 43 of the video is of origin Breton, so the Roca Alta residents perhaps they have importance in the plot. Ships that appear on a map indicate that the expansion will be set in Yokuda, the destroyed continent. In addition, the official Xbox account has responded to the tweet commenting that they get seasick, which some have interpreted as a preview that there will be fighting on the high seas.

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In 2022 it will be translated into Spanish

The Elder Scrolls Online has more than 19 million players and is included in Xbox Game Pass for PC and console (Xbox bought Bethesda Softworks and most of the publisher’s games are in that catalog). The number is likely to grow in mid-2022, when the MMO first debuts a official translation into Spanish.

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