ESO Announces Greymoor DLC

The Game Awards Show in December 2019 saw a significant number of announcements for enthusiasts. However, there were also secretive announcements made to a select number of fans. These RPG enthusiasts were instructed not to provide any information regarding that announcement until January 15th. Now that information has been submitted, it was revealed that The Elder Scrolls Online debuted a trailer for their upcoming DLC. Named Greymoor, it’ll put five million players into the Western Skyrim region. This area is plagued by a vampire collective, which has ruled over the territory with a demonic presence. Subsequently, when this downloadable content is released, it’ll end all updates for the Elsweyr DLC.

Zenimax Studios have provided little information regarding the Greymoor DLC. It was confirmed that the storyline would be more gothic than previous downloadable content. However, the confirmation that dragons would return from Elsweyr wasn’t provided. The ending to the Elsweyr DLC aforementioned that players would compete against the dragons again, with the final leader not having being defeated. It’s not known how the Witches, Vampires and Werewolves of Western Skyrim could engage with the dragons. Since Skyrim is the homeland for this formidable beasts, somehow the storyline will explain how the Vampires and Dragons partnered up together.

The Available Dungeons

Elder Scrolls Online has named 2020s next year of instalments, The Dark Heart of Skyrim. It’ll be provided to consumers with four major updates in each quarter, with the first coming in February. Players will be introduced to the Harrowstorm Dungeon DLC, which will be available to individuals that pay for the subscription model with ESO. It’ll also be available to consumers that purchase the expansion directly. The second update will come on May 18th, which is will the Greymoor Storyline will be released. Zenimax Studios confirmed that the prequel storyline for Greymoor would be initiated in the Harrowstorm Dungeon.

Included with the second update will be an additional dungeon, with a newly formatted story zone in ESO. Unfortunately, neither of those upcoming add-ons have been publicly announced by Zenimax. Public cells are also slated to return with the Greymoor DLC. The Elder Scrolls Online: Greymoor will become the definitive version of ESO, costing consumers upwards of $120.00 for the full package. It’s recommended that when individuals have completed the first chapter, they purchase the subscription package. The association subscript cost is anywhere from $20.00 to $80.00. Experience the full Greymoor Storyline on May 18th, 2020.


Ubisoft in 2020

The Ubisoft Corporation has struggled financially in 2018 – 19. Losses have reached a boiling point, forcing for the video game publisher to delay upcoming projections until the 2020 – 21 Fiscal Year. All titles mentioned in this article won’t release until April 2020 to March 2021, meaning notable franchises like Assassins Creed or Tom Clancy won’t return until the PlayStation 5 and Xbox X. This announcement came from the chief executive officer with Ubisoft, Yves Guillemot.

This doesn’t mean that supporters of Ubisoft won’t have anything to experience in 2020. Three notable releases are coming over the next twelve months. The 1st is Watch Dogs Legion, which is being designed by Ubisoft Toronto. It’s the third time that Ubisoft is developing an open-world cyber drama, with this location taking players to modern-era London. The specific factor to this game is that consumers can engage with any of the NPC’s throughout the world, making the experience the furthest thing from linear. It was initially planned that this title would launch on March 6th, with that timeframe presumably delayed until the 2020 Holiday Season. This would prompt increased sales for Ubisoft and provide the Toronto location with additional time for development. Unfortunately, no confirmation for an updated release schedule has been submitted.

Tom Clancy & Assassins Creed

Two of the most significant franchise maintained by the Ubisoft corporation include Assassins Creed and Tom Clancy. The Rainbow Six series for Tom Clancy is returning in 2020 with “Six Quarantine”, which is created for three-player teams. Based on co-operation, this tactical shooters will pit players against unworldly threats. Unfortunately, the Six Quarantine title for Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six won’t release until the planned 2020-21 fiscal year. Considering that the next generation of consoles is set to release for the upcoming holiday season, this title will surely be released for the PS5 and Xbox X.

The one title that gamers worldwide are clamouring for with Ubisoft is the next iteration in Assassins Creed. After the prominent sales with Odyssey and Origins, thousands of new enthusiasts wait for the next title in this series. The Ubisoft corporation hasn’t provided any insight regarding this in-development game, which is historically set throughout the Viking Era. Rumours indicate this will be a cross-generational title for previous and upcoming consoles. This means players with a PS4 or PS5 can engage with Assassins Creed: Viking, this extends to the Xbox One and Xbox X. It’s known that the latest entry is currently in development at Ubisoft Montreal.