New content alone isn’t all the game will be offering. There’s more quality of life improvements as well. Remember we talked about player housing that was introduced last year? Well it got better. Housing storage is available, and adds 360 slots in total for players to store items in their homes. This adds a tangible and much needed feature that will help players both new and old very much. That’s because prior to the announcement, inventory spaces on the player and from the bank always involved heavy micro-management due to limited upgrade slots. A new outfit system is also introduced which further addressees the feedback of the playerbase. Battlegrounds have been made free for all and no longer requires the Morrowind Chapter. All in all, these changes benefit you. … [Read more...] about Should You Start Playing Elder Scrolls Online In 2019?
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Undaunted Celebration Event: November 29 – December 5 To earn Event Tickets during the Undaunted Celebration Event, you must complete a dungeon (Normal or Veteran). You will receive three Event Tickets from the final boss of the first dungeon you complete in addition to the normal rewards. You don’t have to be in a random dungeon LFG group to earn your Event Tickets! … [Read more...] about ESO Guide: 5 Steps To Unlock The Free Indrik Mount On Elder Scrolls Online
“The Witches Festival kicks off at 10:00AM EDT on Thursday, October 18 and will run until 10:00AM EDT, Thursday, November 1. During this spoopy event, you can enjoy a 100% XP buff, become an undead monster, and acquire a creepy collection of Witches Festival-themed items. In addition to this, we’re also introducing the brand-new Dremora Plunder Skulls, containing a never-before-seen Motif!” … [Read more...] about Grab a witchy house for completing Elder Scrolls Online’s Halloween events beginning October 18
Their One Strength Is a Lie The one advantage a mandatory subscription is supposed to hold over other business models — the chief argument I see put forth in its favour — is that it creates a level playing field. You pay a single fee and get access to the whole game. You don’t have your wallet eaten away by numerous extra charges, and everyone is put on the same level. … [Read more...] about Subscriptions Are Still the Worst Business Model
The subscription model has its pros and cons — and its fans and critics, as well. Some players love it for its one-price-includes-all attitude and the lack of a cash shop, although the latter has been creeping into sub games increasingly over the years. It’s ideal if you have one MMO that you’re going to play regularly, but not as attractive if you’re juggling multiple titles or might only be logging in for a few hours. Critics of the model say that it can make them feel “pressured” to play a game during a month to get their money’s worth. … [Read more...] about Massively OP’s guide to MMO business models