The Elder Scrolls Online: Save big on ESO’s Greymoor chapter during the ‘Lost Treasures of Skyrim’ event
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The Elder Scrolls Online: Save big on ESO’s Greymoor chapter during the ‘Lost Treasures of Skyrim’ event

Alex Kane
24 September 2020

Might be time to head to Skyrim.

If you’ve been thinking of getting into The Elder Scrolls Online, it seems like now might be the perfect time for it.

Greymoor sale gets you to Skyrim for half the price

Bethesda’s running a big sale on the Greymoor chapter, first of all, so you can get access to the latest story expansion for up to 50% off right now.

“In Greymoor, you can explore the region of Western Skyrim and help the besieged Nords in their struggle against an ancient darkness that rises from the depths of Blackreach,” Bethesda says in a new blog post.

“Part of the ‘Dark Heart of Skyrim’ year-long adventure, Greymoor is an important chapter of a story that began in February of this year and will conclude with the upcoming Markarth DLC.”

Here’s the schedule for when the sale ends on each platform:

  • PC and Mac
    • North America—October 5 at 1 p.m.  EDT
    • Europe—October 5 at 1 p.m. EDT
  • Stadia
    • North America—October 7 at 2:59 p.m. EDT
    • Europe—October 7 at 2:59 p.m. EDT
  • Xbox One
    • North America—October 5 at 6 a.m. EDT
    • Europe—October 5 at 6 a.m. EDT
  • PlayStation 4
    • North America—October 8 at 2:59 p.m. EDT
    • Europe—October 7 at 6:59 a.m. EDT
    • Asia—October 7 at 10:59 a.m. EDT

Limited-time ‘Lost Treasures of Skyrim’ event

According to Bethesda, the “Lost Treasures” event in ESO runs from Wednesday, September 23, at 10:00 a.m. Eastern till October 5 at 10:00 a.m.

“During the event period,” the publisher explains, “you can earn bonus rewards for completing Western Skyrim daily quests and unlock unique collectibles for all Greymoor players with the ‘antiquities’ system.”

Dig up enough of these antiquities, and you’ll eventually unlock a third tier of rewards for the event, which includes ESO’s first-ever “houseguests.”

These houseguests are “a new type of collectible character you can add to your home in much the same way you add any other collectible,” Bethesda says.

“Each houseguest is unique with a distinct appearance and can be interacted with, adding more life to your home. You can unlock this first houseguest, Antiquarian Phedre, for free as part of this event.”

More houseguests will show up in the Crown Store down the road.

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