Players who have waded into the newly-minted Elder Scrolls MMO are up in arms about the game's bots.
It's not exactly abnormal to see bugs in an Elder Scrolls game, but this one's special: an item-duplication bug has spread all throughout The Elder Scrolls Online, flooding the multiplayer RPG with illicitly-obtained items and gold.
In a look back on Elder Scrolls Online's beta, Zenimax Online Studios writes about how player feedback helped them address issues related to combat and early progression, and properly prepare for the game's April 4 launch by setting up overflow servers. Have a look at the blog post to see all the changes.
"Never have our choices weighed more heavily," boasts the narrator. That's hard to believe, considering we're talking about an MMORPG—but hey. Awesome-looking (and sounding!) trailer. Those first-person shots really help give it that Elder Scrolls feel. And... oh, yeah. The game's coming to next-gen consoles, too.
They said they weren't going to do it. People objected. They changed their mind. And now, behold: The Elder Scrolls Online has a first-person-with-hands mode. Ahhh. This game now looks like a Skryrim MMO.
The announcement I've been waiting for ever since ZeniMax Online Studios was founded has finally arrived: there's a massively multiplayer online Elder Scrolls game on the way. Now I can deliver my list of
demands suggestions for making The Elder Scrolls Online the best MMO it can possibly be.