Fans of The Elder Scrolls Online have a great start to the year. It has been announced that in late January 2022, Bethesda will unveil a new story for the game. The big reveal will be on Bethesda’s official Twitch channel on January 27, 2022 at 9 p.m.
While waiting for that date to arrive, Bethesda recently released a trailer for The Elder Scrolls Online. This roughly one minute long trailer shows us what will happen for us in the game’s new story arc. The images let us discover a game that will take us to the open ocean.
Thanks to this trailer, gamers were able to learn very little about The Elder Scrolls Online’s new story arc.
call of the open sea
The trailer doesn’t provide fans of The Elder Scrolls Online with specific details about the game’s new story arc. However, it contains many elements that give clues to what may happen in the future. The trailer begins with a storm in Tamriel.
Then we see several boats floating in the sea. Sports fans will also note the music in the trailer which strongly suggests Breton tunes. It didn’t take long for gamers to draw conclusions. For them, the new story arc from The Elder Scrolls Online will take us all the way to Brittany.
heading towards new horizons
Ever since the release of this trailer, speculations are being made about The Elder Scrolls Online. Gamers have pointed out an interesting fact about the arrangement of the boats on the map. According to him, the way they are placed suggests that they may be heading towards the Yokuda continent.
On the other hand, players suggest that the fact that these boats are setting sail means that the game’s new story arc will let us explore new horizons. In any case, what is certain is that this time around, The Elder Scrolls Online will bring us back to traditional scenarios. However, all fan theories will have to wait till January 27, 2022 to be verified.
For now, the title is available on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, Google Stadia, and PC.
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