Treasure maps are items in Elder Scrolls Online that reveal locations with rewards for your exploratory efforts. Each treasure map is in form of a sketch and its main purpose is to give you a hint where to look for buried treasure. Location is always well hidden. The place where you should dig up the treasure chest is covered with dirt mound, and it’s visible only to players with the corresponding map in their inventory.
There are several ways to acquire maps, but, keep in mind that drop probability is very low:
- random loot from mobs
- random loot from locked / unlocked chests
- or, you can buy them in a guild store
Each land contains several buried treasure chests, and the number depends on the zone level. Usually you can expect to acquire two or six treasure maps per land. There are also additional CE Treasure Maps which are available as bonus to those who pre-purchased the Collectors Edition of the game (usually one per zone).
We encourage you to participate in treasure map adventures, and if you need any help feel free to sneak peek in our guides. This is still work in progress and if you have any location screenshots for new maps, please share it with us and ESO community.
Treasure Maps locations
- Auridon Treasure Maps
- Grahtwood Treasure Maps
- Greenshade Treasure Maps
- Khenarthi’s Roost Treasure Maps
- Malabal Tor Treasure Maps
- Reaper’s March Treasure Maps
- Alik’r Desert Treasure Maps
- Bangkorai Treasure Maps
- Betnikh Treasure Maps
- Glenumbra Treasure Maps
- Rivenspire Treasure Maps
- Stormhaven Treasure Maps
- Stros M’Kai Treasure Maps