Elder Scrolls Online: High Isle Editions, Pre-Order Rewards Revealed

The Elder Scrolls Online: High Isle

The latest revealed expansion to The Elder Scrolls Online, High Isle, is set to release later this year, bringing quite a bevy of new story content, quests, activities, locations for players to sink their teeth into. Of course, such a major addition to the world of Tamriel boasts a number of goodies for those that spring for the special editions, and High Isle appears to be no different in that regard.

High Isle is currently available to pre-order in four assorted editions: a basic High Isle expansion upgrade for existing players, an all-in-one collection with High Isle and all previous expansions (Morrowind, Summerset, Elsweyr, Greymoor, and Blackwood), as well as Collector’s Editions for both versions of the release. While all of them offer the same means of medieval fun, each also unlocks unique bits of in-game content, with the Collector’s Editions offering the most overall.

Either Collector’s Edition of The Elder Scrolls Online: High Isle includes:

  • Amenos Ornaug mount
  • Balfiera Senche Cub pet
  • Ascendant Knight Outfit Style
  • Hoard of the Schemers memento
  • High Isle emote pack

The Elder Scrolls Online: High Isle

Regardless of whether players opt for the premium or standard versions, pre-purchasing ahead of time will also yield many more goodies. After purchase, a Palefrost Elk mount and Palefrost Elk Fawn pet are instantly unlocked in-game. However, those interested in adopting their lovable critter will need to act quickly, as the latter is only available to be claimed until April 4th. Additionally, all High Isle pre-orders will also grant a wealth of items at launch, including:

  • Abecean Privateer’s Apparel
  • Knights of the Flame Pup
  • 1× Dark Chivalry Crate
  • 3× High Isle Treasure Maps
  • 2× Experience Scrolls, granting double XP

The Elder Scrolls Online: High Isle is currently available for pre-purchase from the game’s official website, with the High Isle Collector’s Edition ($79.99 USD) ESO Collection Standard Edition ($59.99 USD), High Isle Upgrade CE ($49.99 USD), and High Isle Standard ($39.99 USD) each listed for Mac, PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, and Google Stadia. The expansion itself arrives for Stadia, PC, and Mac on June 6th, with consoles following two weeks later on June 21st.

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