The Elder Scrolls Online by Zenimax Online Studios is one of the most played MMORPGs today. It’s an Elder Scrolls themed MMO, which simply means that it borrows many aspects from the popular single player franchise. Be it the UI design, quests or combat system, you’ll definitely feel like you’re part of the Elder Scrolls world. If you’re planning to check out this game, this Elder Scrolls Online review 2019 is for you. What You Need To Know The game is buy to play. Purchase for it once on the website or on Steam, and you’re good to go forever. Additional DLCs can be bought as standalone or you can get the monthly optional subscription to get them free. There are expansions called Chapters like Morrowind and Summerset, and this summer will see the release of its best one yet, Elsweyr – which features a year long story about dragons in Tamriel in addition to the new Necromancer class. These Chapters require a purchase regardless if you’re a … [Read more...] about Should You Start Playing Elder Scrolls Online In 2019?
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What Bless Online Can Learn From Elder Scrolls Online and FFXIV We are now into the third week since Bless Online’s Steam launch, and while things are still heated between Neowiz and the player base, there have been improvements. Over the past seven days, developers Neowiz have been patching and updating the game constantly. Among the things they’ve fixed are damage nerfs, localization (translation) issues and revamping the low level experience. The latter is very much welcome, as mob and monster health pools have been reduced to offer a smoother leveling and questing experience. The XP rewards are also adjusted to ensure that progression from quest to quest feels natural. As for players with Founders Packs, they’ve now u-turned on their decision to make these exclusive items go from per character to account wide and reclaimable. On the surface, these are great improvements based on player feedback but lets be honest, these things should have been done before launch. … [Read more...] about What Bless Online Can Learn From Elder Scrolls Online and FFXIV
Support Massively OP on PatreonWere you too busy gaming this week to pay attention to MMO news? Get caught up every Sunday evening with Massively Overpowered’s Week in Review! How do you pick one big story in a week like this? You don’t: You just roll with all the big ones. This week, we learned Bethsoft is working on a new Fallout game, Fallout 76, with a rumored online and/or MMO component, which set the internet on fire. ZeniMax then freaked its community out when players discovered spyware had been patched into Elder Scrolls Online; the studio apologized, saying it was added in error and will be removed this week, never having been activated or used. And then there was Bless Online, which soft launched into early access with server outages, downtime, dupes, and refunds from folks upset over the game’s lack of endgame content. Stay tuned for our own hands-on with the game’s first week, and then read on for the very best of this week’s MMO news and … [Read more...] about MMO Week in Review: Fallout 76, Bless Online, and Elder Scrolls Online
ESO 2018: Elder Scrolls Online Summerset DLC Review and First Impressions (Day 2) If there was any doubt that Summerset’s story and as DLC would be underwhelming, drop it. With more hours under my belt, I can safely say that this is probably ESO’s best Chapter DLC since Morrowind. Is it better than Morrowind? I’ll have to say yes. Yes indeed. In the last post, we already covered some of the basics things that Summerset introduced by way of content. Abyssal Geysers are great organic landscape content that breathes life into the island, and the general side quests are of high quality. We also shared thoughts about the Psijic Order and its new skill line, which is awesome despite the tedious grind to rank it all the way up to 10. Today, let’s talk about the crème de la crème of the DLC – the main story. Both new players and veterans alike begin their main quest in Summerset with Razum Dar, everyone’s favorite Khajeet. The talking cat is now … [Read more...] about ESO 2018: Elder Scrolls Online Summerset DLC Review and First Impressions (Day 2)
ESO 2018: Elder Scrolls Online Summerset DLC Review and First Impressions (Day 1) The beautiful thing about The Elder Scrolls Online is that it’s all connected and it all makes sense. Anyone that’s been playing regularly over the last year will perhaps know that stories are a great sense of joy in ESO. That’s not changed I’m glad to say, and Summerset picks up right where the previous two story DLCs left off – with both Lord Vivec and Sotha Sil telling you that Summerset is in danger thanks to the Daedra. As far as the island goes, it’s gorgeous. The High Elves sure know how to impress. The play map isn’t as large as Morrowind’s Vvardenfell, but there’s loads of ground to cover and content to complete. The major cities all look incredible, and there’s a sense of wonderment whenever you approach one. No story spoilers in this post of course, so let’s talk about the things that we know were going to be big in the DLC. … [Read more...] about ESO 2018: Elder Scrolls Online Summerset DLC Review and First Impressions (Day 1)