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The Elder Scrolls Online rolls on this summer with “Gold Road”

A massive new quest and storyline is coming for The Elder Scrolls Online, with the dawn of this summer’s Gold Road.

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There’s plenty more content in store for Bethesda’s MMO, The Elder Scrolls Online, and the publisher has just announced a big summertime happening with Gold Road. Set to release for the game in June ’24, Gold Road will will take players back to locations seen in Oblivion, with a continuation of the tale that began in 2023’s Necrom chapter.

Fans will be able to engage in what sounds like a plentiful amount of fresh content, including new zones, enemies, and even a new system with Scribing. Scroll down to check out the first details, as well as a typically awesome (for TESO) trailer.

Coming this June, The Elder Scrolls Online: Gold Road, brings players 30 hours of new main quest content that takes them back to locations last seen in The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion, and continues last year’s storyline that began in the Necrom Chapter. In Gold Road players must investigate Ithelia, a Daedric Prince never seen before in the Elder Scrolls series and it’s up to players to uncover the schemes of her most devoted followers. Adventurers will encounter opportunistic Wood Elves, and protect the people of West Weald from the chaos of the Forgotten Prince’s return.  

As part of Gold Road, players will explore two new zones, battle new enemies, and pick up a new system – Scribing that adds even more customization to the player’s experience. With Scribing, players can collect and customize unique skills, letting players tailor their character’s playstyle by editing their primary, secondary, and tertiary effect – something players have never been able to do before in ESO, allowing them to truly play their way. 

Bethesda press release

Check out the full details on Gold Road here, on Bethesda’s official site. The expansion arrives for PC and Mac players on June 3rd, 2024, with Xbox and PlayStation platforms getting it just a scosch later, on the 18th.

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