The Elder Scrolls Online: Greymoor Physical Collector’s Edition Upgrade - PC


  • Includes The Elder Scrolls Online: Greymoor Upgrade, including the Greymoor chapter content and all in-game rewards contained in the Digital Collector's Edition
  • Also included: Vampire Lord Statue, set of four Collector's Coins, Exclusive Steelbook, Map of Western Skyrim, and one month of ESO+
  • Explore Western Skyrim - Venture through an iconic land, 1,000 years before the events of the Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. Explore the unforgiving homeland of the Nords, both above and below ground
  • Survive Harrowstorms: Expel horrifying supernatural storms that plague the people of Skyrim
  • Year-long gothic saga: ESO once again delivers a new story that builds with each quarterly release
  • THE BASE IS GAME NOT INCLUDED IN THIS COLLECTOR’S EDITION; This is an upgrade, and the Elder Scrolls Online base game is required to access this upgrade


Brand: Bethesda

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Platform:PC  |  Edition:Collector's Edition Upgrade

The Dark Heart of Skyrim beats from the depths in The Elder Scrolls Online: Greymoor. Explore the snow-swept region of Western Skyrim and face an ancient vampiric army as part of a year-long gothic adventure.

Key Details:

“The Physical Collector’s Edition will be available in stores for all platforms on May 26, however, please note that if you pick up your copy on this date for PlayStation 4 or Xbox One, you won’t be able to play the new content until the console launch date of June 9.”

No base game is included. This is an upgrade SKU to Greymoor. A base game must be owned or purchased separately to access new content.

The Physical Collector's Edition Upgrade includes:

  • Vampire Lord Statue
  • Set of four Collector's Coins    
  • Exclusive Steelbook
  • Map of Western Skyrim
  • One month of ESO Plus
  • All in-game rewards contained in the Digital Collector's Edition

In-game Collector's Edition content included in this edition:

  • Exclusive Mount: Crypt Warden Death Hound
  • Exclusive Pet: Death Hound
  • Exclusive Skyrim Emote Pack
  • Exclusive Outfit Style: Sword Thane Outfit Style
  • Exclusive Memento: Orb of Magnus

Product information Platform:PC  |  Edition:Collector's Edition Upgrade ASIN B083Z2F6PR Release date May 26, 2020

Very excited to finally receive my Greymoor CE. Everything is beautiful. The statue is very detailed, the coins are solid and have weight to them. I especially liked the movie tin, which has felted spaces to keep your coins. Wished they would have packaged the coins in the tin instead of the tray the statue came in......took me at least 30 minutes to remove the All in all a great CE..I have all of them.

I've purchased all of the previous CEs for this fun, enjoyable MMO and I can categorically state that I am very disappointed with this purchase.

Previous CEs came with these wonderful (faux?) leather-bound art&lore books and beautiful, intricately-detailed statues seemingly carved with care from resin. This CE however, is the gimpy, crazy-eyed uncle that lives in a trailer down by the river. The statue looks like a random 15-year-old just used a 3D printer to make it, and any kind of art or lore book is completely absent. For the price, it's very disappointing. The coins are however, nice enough to warrant keeping this from a 1-star review.

Great game so far and the coins that came with the collectors edition look really nice. Some races are missing but we knew that from the image in the ad. Just would have been nice to see the others because the coins look so nice.

The statue seems really shiny and kind of a gray color with no red or brown to be seen. It could have used some weathering or something. (other then the model weathering that is there) I did notice some other peoples statues that seem to have more weathering coloring on them but am not sure if this is due to the lighting they are showing them in. Either way it does not look anything like the colors in the online ad. It looks more like one solid color. (Glossy Slate Gray)

As far as the map goes it is to folded to be useful in a frame or something but does look nice and has a very nice aesthetic. The steel box that the game codes come in is done really well and can display the coins nicely but the other side looks a little odd when displaying coins with nothing there where the game code and booklet was.

I have purchased every physical collector's edition for ESO that has been produced and this one was just a big let down. After having the item delayed, which I had no problem ZeniMax did a wonderful job allowing people who's items were delayed access to the content on time, I really expected it to be finished and nice looking product. Well the reality is the statue looks and feels cheap with the definition and finishing on the statue looking very different to me than the picture suggests it should. Over all I would recommend just getting the digital collector's edition if they all the statues look like mine.

The statue has the quality of a cheap, unpainted, dnd miniature. Compared to the others, it stands out like a sore thumb.

At least the coins are neat I guess

I pre-ordered this on January 19th, 2020 to ensure that I would be all set to go for the expansion launch and to have my awesome looking vampire statue. However, expansion launch was days ago at this point and my Physical Collector's Edition doesn't even have an estimated shipping date yet much less a delivery date. Everybody else who ordered cheaper editions digitally gets to play while I, having the most expensive edition, gets to watch everyone else enjoy the content.

I've tried reaching out to get temporary access to my account until the Physical Collector's Edition can ship, which was supposedly granted to me. However, I still can't access the content 4 days after PC launch.

Very satisfied with the collectors coins, which are larger than previous, exclusive coins. The case they are stored in is also nice. The map you get that represents Western Skyrim and the portion of Blackreach in the Greymoor chapter is half upside-down, making it impossible to aesthetically display it on your wall. The statue is 3D printed quality or worse, and appears nearly unpainted. It appears noticeably different from the images. It is flimsy, soft, and feels excruciatingly cheap. A quality that would look embarrassing lined up next to my current Elder Scrolls collection. I suppose on the bright side, it will probably never break. The in-game items are great, and the added month of ESO Plus is a wonderful compliment.