The Elder Scrolls Online video introduces Craglorn, the first Adventure Zone

A video released today for Zenimax Online Studios' The Elder Scrolls Online gives viewers a tour of Craglorn, the game's first post-launch expansion.

Craglorn is the massively multiplayer online role-playing game's first Adventure Zone, which consist of additional areas for players to explore after players reach the level cap. Designed for groups of four players to conquer, it also includes segments tailored to groups of 12 and will be accessible to players who've earned a Veteran Rank of 10. Craglorn also introduces Trials in The Elder Scrolls Online, a player versus enemy system designed for large groups.

Press play above to learn about the narrative underpinnings of the post-release content and see Craglorn's quests and gameplay in motion. For more on the game, which was released last week for Mac and Windows PC and is headed to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One this June, be sure to watch the Overview video below. You can also read some interesting facts about the development, including the equivalent weight of coffee beans the development team downed while creating The Elder Scrolls Online.

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