Here’s what The Elder Scrolls Online thinks you should do while awaiting Greymoor

    
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Bleak!

If you just cannot get enough Skyrim in your life until The Elder Scrolls Online releases its Greymoor DLC, you’re just going to have to wait a little bit longer. Fortunately for those of you in these circumstances, the official site has offered some suggestions about how to get yourself ready for Greymoor, starting with (but not limited to) playing the prologue quests to set the stage for what’s specifically happening in the DLC.

If you’ve long since done that and you’re looking for more, of course, why not make yourself a Nord? Why not become a werewolf? (That one feels like it sort of escalated a bit further.) Explore Eastern Skyrim! Go spend a bunch of time fighting vampires over in Rivenspire! Sure, it won’t necessarily take the edge off just wanting the DLC to be out, but you do at least have more options than sitting around and waiting for it just the same. It’s out on May 26th, so you’ve got a little while left to wait.

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NecroFox4

I’m just gonna go ahead and keep not playing until they release the performance fixes for Xbox.

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Bruno Brito

What i SHOULD do, is wait until this game has any performance worth a damn.

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Maybe you wanna buy a better PC? I can run the ESO maxed out at 100 FPS (since it’s capped at 100 FPS) on a GTX 1650 and an i5 8400.

The problem with this piece of trash game is that they made it so easy it’s insulting to anyone with a triple digit IQ.

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Bruno Brito

Not a FPS issue. My PC is great.

Go play Cyrodill and tell me that’s “easy”, with the ammount of server lag and terrible performance issues.

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Fair enough, but I’ve played the game on a PC that can barely reach 40 FPS on lowest and aside from loading times, Alliance War has been fine. I mean, I’m not denying that the game has performance issues, for me it’s been loading times, but the main issues with the game lie elsewhere and I don’t know what the developers are even doing with this game that they can’t fix the issues or they just pretend those are not issues.

The game is outright unplayable because of that. It feels like a mobile game on PC.

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Malcolm Swoboda

DLC? Then why isn’t it included in the sub?

Oh, you mean Chapter.

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Ironwu

Just FYI, Greymore is not a ‘DLC’, it is a Chapter.

They are two very different classes of products in the ESO line.

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Mordyjuice

I tried to get back into ESO recently but being in between Subs that lack of a Crafting Bag can be painful. I’ve been trying to offset it by buying more bank space and depositing mats so that I can accrue stack sizes large enough to warrant placing auctions but it gets annoying.

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Sorenthaz

Yeah if you want to play ESO without a sub you basically have to just abandon crafting or at the very least avoid the side professions (like cooking/alchemy/enchanting) since those are so bloated with materials.

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Ironwu

When I am playing ESO without a subscription, I just set up some ‘mules’ to hold various crafting materials. The ones I use on a daily basis remain in the main bank. Ones I don’t use that often go onto a mule.

Every once in a while, ESO has a Premium Days event. At that time, all the mats on your mules will go into the craft bag, as long as you log onto them during the event. From there, mats will be pulled from the bank first, then the craft bag.

Works out quite well, actually. :)

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hurbster

That’s what we did back in the day. And it’s why I have so many alts. Of course if you are an idiot like me you put all your points into crafting skills and worry about a build later. Made Coldharbour fun…

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Ironwu

Heh. Crafting is a great way to make extra gold. Great way to get level up and pre-vet dungeon and raid gear. Heck, building just one Chromium Plate is worth 80k! Not to mention being able to upgrade all one’s gear to Legendary on the cheap. :)

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