'Elder Scrolls Online' Release Date, Rumors, News & Updates: Bethesda Preps To End Bad Days; 'One Tamriel' Set For Release?
The "Elder Scrolls Online" has been into a lot of hurdles and scrutiny. From the release date to the features and the platforms, Bethesda has faced much dismay for the gamers for the past years. However, with "One Tamriel" slated fore release, Bethesda's bad days might finally be over.
Tech Times reports that "Elder Scrolls Online" was not really considered as a part of the game series due to its shortcomings in gaming features.
While the "Elder Scrolls" offers a lot of features and better gameplay, the "Elder Scrolls Online" failed to deliver.
However, as Bethesda aimed to gain back the gaming enthusiasts favor, more alterations were integrated on the game. For one, the "Elder Scrolls Online" is no longer requiring subscription fee in comparison to the previous years.
It has also widened its scope and the game is now released on varying platforms, particularly on the consoles.
— Elder Scrolls Online (@TESOnline) June 18, 2016
Also, "The Imperial" race option is now accessible by all players. Bethesda has also added new and better gameplay features for the "Elder Scrolls Online."
Features such as the justice system option, and other DLC packs and content updates that are promised to add more fervor to the game.
According to the same report, having "One Tamriel" on board, all of the characters on the game would automatically be leveled to the content in the world that allows to freely form and group with just about anyone so that the world of Tamriel would be scouted.
.@MMORPGcom's latest editorial explores how #OneTamriel will change how you play #ESO: https://t.co/QhPjJ4RHs3 pic.twitter.com/nKXfrHFwdM — Elder Scrolls Online (@TESOnline) June 15, 2016
One great thing about this feature is the "no level restrictions," as announced by game director, Matt Firor.
"This means all content barriers are gone and there are no restrictions on alliance or questing," Firor explained. "The moment you get out of the tutorial, the entire game world is open for you to explore freely. You can go wherever you want and play with whomever you want."
While the "Elder Scrolls Online" receives a major makeover, Bethesda is prepping up for more. Kitguru reports that two more games would be released before another "Elder Scrolls" game hits the gaming stalls.