The Elder Scrolls Online: High Isle Confirmed for June 2022

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Bethesda has announced The Elder Scrolls Online: High Isle and the Legacy of the Breton, the next chapter in a year-long saga. Revealed during ESO 2022 Global Reveal, this one takes us to "a location never-before-seen in an Elder Scrolls game."

Speaking through the PlayStation Blog, Rich Lambert, ESO’s creative director, stated:

We chose High Isle as the location for our next chapter because it’s a large departure from anything we’ve done over the last few years. High Isle is the epitome of the chivalric Breton culture–a resort-like island for their nobility, with towering cliffs, pristine beaches and loads of ancient ruins to explore.

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The Elder Scrolls Online: High Isle Confirmed for June 2022

Taking us to the Systres Archipelago, we'll be visiting the islands of High Isle and Amenos for this latest expansion, fully diving into Breton culture. Describing Systres as "sort of the resort island for the upper crust of Breton society," ESO's art director, CJ Grebb, explained they took inspiration from the Mediterranean.

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You can find further details through the official website and evidently, Elder Scrolls Online fans have plenty to look forward to in 2022. High Isle launches on June 6 for PC, Mac, Steam, and Google Stadia. For Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PS4, and PS5 players, that's available on June 21, 2022.