With the newest main update coming to The Elder Scrolls Online, we thought we’d do a quick breakdown about what exactly is in store for all of us. Elder Scrolls Online: One Tamriel Update is live for PC players. Console version will arrive soon, so stay tuned for that as well.
Elder Scrolls Online: One Tamriel Update summary
In this update, you’ll find Craglorn more solo-friendly. Normal and Veteran modes for all 4-player dungeons has been added. Undaunted Pledge system is revamped. There are new world bosses, and some fairly sizeable itemization changes and updates.
Devs have also added dueling, Weapon Ultimates, and new daily quests. There are 16 new Monster Masks, and the Champion Point cap has been raised by 30 points. There are many fixes and improvements to previous DLC game packs and the base game patch as well.
Game content in ESO is no longer gated by your character’s level. Right out of the tutorial you’ll have the freedom to go anywhere in Tamriel and play any content. Just like other Elder Scrolls games. Your character will automatically scale and balance to the content. The alliance restrictions have been lifted in all open-world zones. But they are still in place in PvP areas. High-level players will be able to group with friends who are new to ESO. Anyone below Champion 160 will scale so everyone can adventure together. Every zone has been modified to add world bosses and ensure a mixture of content for solo and group play is available.
Craglorn has been re-designed so not all content will require a group to play. The main story quests are now balanced for one player. Furthermore, the remaining group content can be completed with as little as two players. Group-number restrictions on all quests or doors have been removed.
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