Join the Psijic Order in The Elder Scrolls Online: Summerset

In Summerset, the next Chapter in ZeniMax Online Studios’ award-winning open-world saga, The Elder Scrolls Online (ESO), players will be able to discover the secretive mages of the Psijic Order, and, for the first time ever, join their ranks to learn the ways of these magical masters. So, what is the Psijic Order, a group so reclusive no Elder Scrolls game has truly revealed their mysteries before? Today we’ve released a sneak peek video to help bring Elder Scrolls fans up to speed on one of Tamriel’s most secretive organizations.

In ESO: Summerset, players will travel to the isle of Artaeum to find and join the enigmatic Psijic Order for the first time in the Elder Scrolls series. This secret society of mages has returned after a 350-year long absence, bringing with them a unique quest line and story that will have players travelling all over Summerset to close destructive and mysterious time breaches. Once accepted into their ranks, adventurers will have access to an all-new Psijic Order Skill Line – for new or existing characters – that includes unique abilities: slow and freezes enemies in place, meditate to restore your health and resources, or even rewind time itself! With these new powerful abilities, players can explore the isle of Artaeum, visit the Ceporah Tower and Ritemaster Lachesis, and unravel the secrets of both the ancient organization and the history of the Mages Guild.

The Elder Scrolls Online: Summerset is coming to PC/Mac on 21st May and Xbox One and PlayStation 4 on 5th June. The new Chapter is welcoming for both new and experienced players, featuring a new tutorial for fresh faces and content appropriate for all manner of veterans. ESO’s level-scaled world also allows for easier social interactions, with expanded grouping options and the ability for players of all levels to quest together, anywhere, and at any time.

Pre-purchases of ESO: Summerset will receive the Queen’s Bounty Pack bonus reward and gain immediate access to the ESO base game and last year’s Morrowind Chapter (digital pre-purchases only – conditions apply).

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