Antiquities are a new addition to Elder Scrolls Online, part of the Greymoor DLC. This new system allows you to become an archaeologist and look for forgotten relics around the world, unlock a new skill tree and become a renowned antiquarian. If you’re wondering how it all works, you’ve come to the right place – this guide will explain how the entire hunt for antiquities and relics works, from scrying for their location, to using the Antiquarian’s Eye to pinpoint the dig site and using your tools to excavate the artefact.
Mining Sample Collector is one of the new achievements in Elder Scrolls Online: Greymoor. In order to unlock it, you’ll have to find five mining samples left by prospectors around the caverns of Blackreach. If you’re having trouble finding Kelbarn’s, Inguya’s, Reeh-La’s, Adanzda’s or Ghamborz’s pouch, this guide will show you all five mining sample locations required for the achievement.
An Instrumental Triumph is a new achievement in Elder Scrolls Online. It was added in the Greymoor DLC, and you can start it by talking to a particular NPC in the city of Solitude. He’ll inform you about the missing items, and task you with finding all 19 music instruments. The only thing you’ll get by way of directions is a poem that contains hints to the instruments’ hiding places. Once you’ve found them all, you’ll unlock the achievement and get some nice furniture and the warm fuzzy feeling of having restored the Bard’s College to its former glory. If you need help finding them, this guide will show you all 19 Instrumental Triumph musical instrument locations.
Mural Mender is one of the new achievements in Elder Scrolls Online. It’s part of the Elsweyr chapter, and it weighs 50 achievement points. In order to complete it, you’ll have to solve a bunch of riddles and find 16 mural fragments, which will allow you to repair the ancient Rithana-di-Renada mural in the House of Histories. If you’re not interested in solving the riddles, this guide will show you all 16 Mural Mender fragment locations.
Summerset is the new area, an island in the southwest of Tamriel, added in the DLC of the same name. Like the others before it, it also has some treasure maps for you to discover. As usual, you’ll get a drawing of a scene where you’ll find the dig spot, and it’ll be up to you to actually pinpoint the location based on the scarce clues. If you get stuck, you should consult our Summerset treasure map locations guide, which will give you detailed explanations with a fair number of screenshots.
Summerset, the latest DLC for ESO, has been released, and it has added a whole new area to the game. The island home of the High Elves has enriched the game in many ways, including new skyshards. There are 18 of them, which is going to translate to quite a few skill points. You’re going to want to collect them all, and you’re probably going to need help with at least a couple. We’re happy to announce we’ve completed our ESO Summerset skyshard locations map, and you’ll find a detailed screenshot guide for each shard in it.
Bethesda has just announced the latest expansion for Elder Scrolls Online. It’s called Summerset, and it’s going to be set on the titular island, the home of the High Elves. It’s going to be released on May 21st on PC, while console players will have to wait until June 5th. The developers have released a couple of trailers – one cinematic, another showing off the expansion in action.
Horns of the Reach is finally out on Playstation 4 and Xbox One. After a two week exclusivity period on PC, console players are getting to enjoy the two new dungeons as well. If you’re an ESO Plus subscriber, you’ll get the new content automatically. If not, you’ll have to buy it from the store – it’s being sold for 1500 Crowns.
Horns of the Reach is going to be the latest addition to the growing ESO DLC offering. It will be out in August, and there’s finally some info on what we should expect, thanks to a post on the ESO blog. It will include a couple of dungeons, a brand new game mode and map for Battlegrounds, as well as minor improvements across the board.
An event taking place from July 5th to July 9th will let you try out the ESO Plus subscription for free. In case you’re already a subscriber, you can expect some nice gifts instead. Either way, you’re gonna like it.