‘Elder Scrolls Online’ Release Date, Latest News & Update: ‘One Tamriel’ Patch Rolling Out To Game Consoles This Month

By Snooky Grawls , Updated Oct 07, 2016 08:39 AM EDT
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“Elder Scrolls Online” players on PS4 and Xbox One will finally get to see what the “One Tamriel” patch will have to offer with Bethesda set to roll out the expansion this October.

“Elder Scrolls Online: One Tamriel” was first shown to the public during E3 2016, a massive update that should give players flexibility and other things to do. That includes access to other places in the world of “Elder Scrolls Online” which means players can now easily roam free, explore and discover things in the virtual world, Push Square reported.

Divide and Conquer again

Alliances and restrictions for “Elder Scrolls Online” have also been nixed with the “One Tamriel” patch, meaning players can now group up with other players of a different niche. With that flexibility, better co-op play stands to benefit players, particularly the ones experiencing difficulty on dungeon quests.

Better PvP play

Alliances are neat but “Elder Scrolls Online: One Tamriel” players can also put their character skills to the test, PC Gamesn reported. Duels and one-on-one battles have been improved and can be done anywhere, provided these are done outside “Cyrodill”.

Other reported improvements include a revamped looting system effective on covered zones and regions, all contained on an enhanced map for “Elder Scrolls Online” to offer better journeys for solo and groups. Much of these features may have already been seen by “Elder Scrolls Online: One Tamriel” players who managed to check it via the PC. Hence, that version may more or less give gamers an idea of things to expect.

As far as “Elder Scrolls Online: One Tamriel” for the PS4 and Xbox One is concerned, it remains to be seen if gamers can look forward to better stuff. That includes graphics and more stuff. All that will be known once “Elder Scrolls Online: One Tamriel” is released on Oct. 18.

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