Elder Scrolls Online previews update 17’s new storage and cosmetic customization options
Home storage is a pretty big deal, especially for anyone concerned with having too much stuff (like craft mats). New chests can hold 30 or 60 items, and they’re magic – items you put in one will show up in the chests in all your homes.
ZeniMax is also touting its improved “level-up experience.” It’s basically an infodump when you level up that gives you advice on how to access new skills and build your toon out so you don’t suck. It’ll grant rewards sometimes too.
Finally, there’s the new outfit system, which as we’ve previously covered allows players the chance to swap per-slot cosmetics to change how they look in-game.
“With the new Outfit System you can use Outfit Stations (previously known as Dye Stations) to select specific styles and dyes for gear slots, changing the visual appearance and color of the armor and weapons placed in those slots. Each slot you customize with the Outfit System requires payment in gold to finalize, or you can purchase Outfit Change Tokens from the Crafting section of the in-game Crown Store. One Outfit Change Token will allow you to customize an entire Outfit, regardless of how many slots are required.”