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Travel back to the vast continent of Tamriel with The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited. Visit the provinces never before seen in the franchise, see the familiar places from previous games, and make your name heard across the continent. Set a thousand years before the events of Skyrim, Tamriel Unlimited makes the players enter the roles of Vestiges, resurrected victims of a Daedric Prince Molag Bal.
Brought back to life during the Interregnum period, players must join one of three factions and engage in a war for dominance over the continent. A solid, open-world experience, The Elder Scrolls Online PC allows the players to explore and develop in any way they wish, putting freedom at the forefront of gameplay experience. TESO: Tamriel Unlimited requires no subscription fees to keep playing, letting you enjoy it at your leisure.
Tamriel Unlimited Gameplay Become anyone you wish. Create your own flavour of the initial class choices. Become a heavily armored axe-swinging wizard, or a sneaky warrior, the character progression doesn't limit your creativity and playstyle.
Mix and match abilities. Class-tress, Race abilities, weapon and armor talents, general and faction skillsets - your character will have all the freedom of choice that has always been emblematic of The Elder Scrolls franchise. As you become better, you will learn to morph abilities, further expanding their usefulness.
If you become a vampire or a werewolf even more choices are unlocked for you. Tamriel Unlimited truly lives up to its name in character progression.
A few bugs and balance issues aside, it genuinely feels like its single-player predecessors rather than a cookie cutter MMO, and that in itself is enough to draw back in the weary crowd yearning for something fresh from the genre.
Zenimax had a steep mountain to climb: They had to cater to both the expectations of fans of Offline-Tamriel as well as demands of online-mechanics. And even though the result is far from perfect and seems to lose focus here or there, I don’t regret any of the rather large amount of time I’ve spent with TESO.
The Elder Scrolls Online is a remarkable MMORPG that keeps the essence of the original series. The game could have been more original in the design of its missions, but its PvP mode and the high quality of its contents are very good.
Under the surface, not enough has changed to the formula that separates The Elder Scrolls Online from existing free or established properties, and I would find it genuinely hard to recommend to anyone seeking an experience outside of a cosy, well presented, box.
Something good is being brewed here by Zenimax. The Elder Scrolls Online definitely needs a lot of work just to be able to reach other MMOs, but by playing this game you get a feeling that the online version of this franchise could become a milestone for the genre.
The Elder Scrolls Online is a big game with a lot of work put into its creation. ZeniMax Online has created a large world with many quests and a cool PvP mode. The game tries to satisfy both solo gamers and MMO lovers, but the end result is short of expectations. TESO can be recommended only to the fans of the genre, who accept its flaws: repetitiveness, not very exciting combat and lots of simplifications. This "Skyrim online" is well made, but not very original.
Apparently existing only to serve as a strawman for future arguments against the whole genre, Elder Scrolls Online is a game of exposed weaknesses and failed potential. If you’re hankering for Scrolls, I recommend modded Skyrim. If you’re after an MMO, I recommend any other.
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