Elder Scrolls Online’s Imperial City is kinda like Oblivion’s

    
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Elder Scrolls Online’s Imperial City is kinda like Oblivion’s

Elder Scrolls Online’s Imperial City DLC is a few weeks away, but you can whet your appetite via a new dev diary that looks at the creation of the Arboretum district. Parts of it will feel familiar to franchise fans due to Oblivion tasking players with escaping from the Imperial City prison soon after character creation.

Since Elder Scrolls Online is set prior to those events, though, the similarities only extend so far. In ESO, the city has recently been invaded by the Worm Cult and thus there’s quite a bit of disrepair and decrepitude that was fixed prior to the events of TES IV. Zenimax also took some design liberties with Oblivion’s Imperial City layout, such as expanding the size of the sewers. You can watch a preview video just past the break.

Source: Dev diary

 

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Emma_Courtney91
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I’ve been using this ESO Mastery Guide for power leveling and gold farming like crazy! If you’re looking to make gold, I heavily recommend to take a look at this guide. It also has crafting and character build guides – Enjoy! http://tinyurl.com/nlvw7he

Kwasimoto
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The only part of that game that I couldn’t appreciate in its original state was the community. Shame the game had to die because those people are now infesting other games I enjoyed.

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Kwasimoto Zariarn davidemo89 I will second that.  Vanguard players were horrible elitists whenever I played during it’s F2P era.  Any idea or suggestion in a chat channel was instantly shot down with a noob or carebear insult.

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davidemo89 Jossfan 
Yeah, they were worth it.  8)
I was a subscriber from launch, so not only did I pay full price for the game, but my group only played once a week,  so I ended up spending a total of about $200 on their “extended PC beta test”  before we finally hit the level cap back in May.  Some of the other guys leveled alts during that time, but none of us have logged in since we finished the story together.

davidemo89
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Jossfan davidemo89 well, how much for max level? 60 hours? If all the quests are of the same quality of the first 12 levels till level 50 my 12€ were worth it.

Jossfan
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davidemo89 
Check back in when you finish your first character and find out how they want you to level for the end game.  Then at least some of the negative comments will become clear. 

I wish TESO nothing but the best.  I want it to make a ton of money so the studio will make Fallout Online.

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ChannelOoi Yes addons fix alot of the UI problems. Like Awesome Guild Store addon just makes shopping so much easier. Although with the coming release of the DLC i’m anticipating alot of problems with addons especially if they’re gonna update the API

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A Dad Supreme Zariarn  never listen? I point you to city of heroes and marvel heroes as examples of devs listening to players too much, and of the recent everquest II team listening and bowing to a vocal minority of forum posters.

no. there are actually very rare cases when a player suggestion is actually a good one, because no player sees all parts of the game or has access to all in-game metrics.

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kofteburger <strike>Bethesda</strike> Tiber Septim made it so that not only was it Generic European Fantasy Land instead, it had always been thus.
The power of CHIM.

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jefreahard plynky12 Well I hope you are going to skip lessons to update the MOP ARK server to 193 later, I don’t care about your education when I can be hunting Alpha Rex.