The coronavirus continues to cause problems in the video game world as in the real world. In addition to the postponement of Fallout 76 Wastelanders and to the new one Final Fantasy XIV patch, the epidemic has forced Zenimax e Bethesda to postpone the launch of Greymoor, the awaited expansion of The Elder Scrolls Online. Fortunately, it is only a few days: the update will be available just a week later of normal.

The announcement came through the Official site, which sets the new launch date for 26 May (before it was 18). Obviously, the reason for the postponement is the difficulty for the team to work under the directives imposed for the prevention of the virus. Despite everything, however, Greymoor will land on PTS of The Elder Scrolls Online without any delay, i.e. 20 April as anticipated.

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In the meantime, you can take a look at new rumors about The Elder Scrolls VI, recently released online.