The Elder Scrolls Online Greymoor will be coming to Stadia this June, offering cross-play, cross-progression support and the base game will be free for the Stadia Pro membership.
Elder Scrolls Online Greymoor Will Launch on Stadia June 2020
The latest chapter The Elder Scrolls Online Greymoor will be launching on Google Stadia on June 16th. This means you wlil be able to venture across Western Skyrim, the underground city of Blackreach and the rest of the Tamriel on a number of compatible devices using Stadia including laptops, desktops, phones, tablets and even through Chromecast Ultra on tv.
Those with Stadia Pro membership will be getting access to the The Elder Scrolls Online Standard Edition for free, which includes the base game, four classes and the Morrowind chapter. But that does not include the previous chapters Summerset or new Greymoor expansion as you will need to upgrade to the Greymoor edition. For all other DLC content a ESO Plus subscription is needed. At the moment Stadia Pro is available for free with a two month trial, then $9.99 for then on.
Stadia will also support PC crossplay and cross-progression, meaning you can carry on your ESO adventures if you have previously played on PC, straight onto Stadia for PC NA/EU. You can switch back and forth between platforms if you so wish.
The Elder Scrolls Online Greymoor launched on PC on May 26th bringing a new area for players to explore, new main quest line, an updated vampire skills line and more. For all the vampire skill line changes be sure to check out our Elder Scrolls Online wiki. If you’re curious to know if ESO Plus is worth it, be sure to check out our ESO All DLC Review.
Elder Scrolls Online and Greymoor chapter will be arriving on Stadia on June 16th for select regions. It is currently available on PC and will launching on PS4 and Xbox One on June 9th.
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