Elder Scrolls Online screenshot of Alinor from afar

After being available in Early Access (not the Steam kind) for quite a while now, the full version of The Elder Scrolls Online: Summerset has finally made its way to both PC and consoles. In terms of content, you can expect to see the entirety of the High Elf homeland of Summerset, resolutions for storylines that have been going on for years, the option to create your own and highly powerful jewelry, new abilities that come from the ancient Psijic order, and naturally, delves, various public dungeons, world bosses and other such group-related activities.

You can get a bit of a closer look at Summerset and what exactly it brings to the table through the two recently posted trailers. The first is a fully cinematic trailer setting up the story and some of the characters, while the second one is your classic gameplay video showing off what Summerset looks like in action. Have a gander:

I haven't played it myself so I can't exactly speak from personal experience, but from what I've seen online Summerset appears to be a rather solid expansion. It's nothing too out of the ordinary, so if you tried and failed to get into The Elder Scrolls Online previously, I highly doubt Summerset will be able to change your mind. On the other hand, if you've enjoyed your time with ESO so far, chances are pretty good you'll have a blast with Summerset as well.

If you would like to learn more I would recommend heading over to the official website. Bethesda has done a pretty good job highlighting all of the major features and additions, so you should hopefully find answers to whatever questions you might have.