Elder Scrolls Online: A Tour Guide to the “Seven Wonders” of the Epic Virtual World of this Highly Anticipated Console Game
This successful quest is coming to PS4 and Xbox One – and we have the first images of its incredible destinations
Previously, tourism involved leaving home, traveling to another country, and coming back with a shady infection.
But these days, you can explore vast virtual worlds from the comfort of your bedroom – and the only thing you risk catching is a computer virus.
On Thursday, June 9, console RPG nerds can get lost in the Bethesda game studio’s Elder Scrolls Online epic, which will be released on PS4 and Xbox One.
The game is essentially the same quest ’em up that was previously available on PC, prompting players to don their heroic armor and embark on a variety of adventures.
Its Magalufian potential is heightened by the fact that players from all over the world can come together to perform quests, brew magic potions, or steal each other’s mythical elven outfits.
Sadly, there is no nookie in this fantastic vacation destination, although we would expect this to be true for most ESO players who travel to sunny islands of fun.
We got an exclusive first look at the âSeven Wondersâ of Tamriel, the fantastic Faliraki that invites players to team up and find their virtual fortunes.
So, will gamers be in awe of this Disneyland filled with dwarfs? Let us know your thoughts in the survey below.
The Ethereal Archives
There is certainly something Ibiza-esque about this psychedelic destination, which feels more like a bad trip than the house of a mighty wizard.
But despite its acid-fried aesthetic (ask your parents), the Archive was created by a horde of mysterious wizards in the desert town of Elinhir.
Guess what? Gamers probably have to go out there and kill a whole bunch of beasts, which is certainly a key part of an 18-30 club vacation in Tamriel.
The crypt of hearts
According to the marketing message sent to Mirror Online, “madness lurks inside” this hazy dungeon.
Shrouded in mist and endowed with ominous black towers, we can certainly believe this surprisingly honest description of the Elder Scrolls tourist board.
This is not the place to go for sunbathing, yet there are many treasures buried in this horrible cemetery. Which is probably not enough to attract your everyday vacationer yet.
The clue is in the name here, because it’s NOT a very nice place at all.
Rising above the mountains of Rivenspire, it was built by a group of fun-loving ancient people called the âAyleids of Erokiiâ.
Sadly, he has been corrupted by an evil force ever since. But the same could be said of the British Parliament – and tourists don’t seem to stay away.
Citadel of Hel Ra
This menacing fortress was built by a “people whose whole continent had collapsed under the waves”.
Surprisingly, the poor old Yokudans never found their Shangri La.
It’s now filled with evil and dominated by terrifying monsters, which seems to be a common theme among Tamriel’s tourist havens.
The Temple of the Tribunal
This elven place of worship is actually quite pretty and “overlooks the town of Mournhold like a loving parent regarding his sleeping children.”
It’s one of the few places in Elder Scrolls Online that we’d like to visit in real life, looking a bit like Notre Dame.
But we still recommend that you equip yourself with swords and spells, as Dunmer Elves are known to be dangerous. Just like the French.
Nicknamed “The City of the Hammer”, this city was built by grumpy dwarves.
It’s not where you’ll go if you want to lay down in a long, luxurious bed, but it does have a certain old world charm.
And you’ll never feel small and ugly, because the residents probably look a lot worse than you.
White gold tower
Sounds classy, ââdoesn’t it?
This amazing tower is where a group of magic-wielding politicians called the Council of Elders meet to discuss ways to strengthen their “strength and supremacy.”
We bet no one complains when they give themselves a raise.
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