If you’re a Russian PC/Mac player, you can soon enjoy Russian translations for all in-game text with the upcoming release of the Greymoor Chapter and Update 26.
We are thrilled to announce that the Russian language will be included in the list of the official languages supported by The Elder Scrolls Online, starting with the release of The Elder Scrolls Online: Greymoor and Update 26 for PC/Mac on May 26, 2020.
What does this mean? With the launch of the new Chapter and free update, as a PC/Mac player, you can enjoy Russian translations of all texts, dialogue, and subtitles! Note that because this is a base-game addition, you do not need to own Greymoor in order to get the new localization.
If you are a Russian player, you can continue your adventures and play on the same servers with the same character as before—this upcoming addition does not affect your account. Of course, new players can join their friends on the existing servers and soon enjoy Russian localization. Language support for English, French, and German remains an option for Russian players, too!
To prepare for the new localization, you can set your language to Russian in the ESO Launcher right now and continue playing in your current language until Update 26 arrives in May. To do so, open the launcher and select the Settings icon in the top-right corner, from there, you can select the Russian language from the drop-down menu.
Beyond the new Chapter, the team plans to continue to support Russian localization after the release of Greymoor, including future content updates and DLCs. Note that there are no plans to support Russian language on any other platforms other than PC/Mac at this time.
You can find additional information regarding this update on the official help site.