The Elder Scrolls Online’s Summerset Celebration gives extra rewards for questing in the area

    
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If you thought you were done with the big ol’ elf island of Summerset in The Elder Scrolls Online, you might care to rethink that assumption when the Summerset Celebration kicks off this coming Thursday, July 23rd, bringing with it extra rewards for those who quest in the isle.

Participants in the event will enjoy extra loot from all daily quest rewards, resource nodes, world, trial, and delve bosses, and Psijic Portals. Players can also snag daily Glorious Summerset Coffers stuffed with goodies like a unique outfit style for completing their first Abyssal Geyser, delve, world boss daily quest, or the Cloudrest trial weekly quest. On top of that, additional regular Summerset Coffers can continue to be earned for clearing safeboxes, Psijic Portals, resource nodes, and more.

Not only are there daily rewards, but the Impresario will have a number of things on sale for Event Tickets that players earn for doing their event dailies, including the berries needed for players to turn their Nascent Indrik mount into a Mossheart Indrik. Finally, the Summerset DLC itself will be on sale at 50% for those who didn’t already pick up the content before.

Further information can be read on the official site.

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Sorata

Why is there every time a “big news” when ESO does the same stuff it always does? I mean we get it now, they celebate an “chapter” with double xp 1,2,3 or so years after its release.
It is always the same massivleyOP-guys. Why do you bother? :/

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Dug From The Earth

This is pretty true for EVERY mmorpg.

MOP reporting on it is probably more of a “Hey, in case you werent aware it was happening…” than a “Check out this cool new thing thats going on”

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Sorata

My point is: It is always the same. If you are remotly playing ESO, you know there is a event for the chapters. I don’t understand how you can miss it. And if, it is no big hussle, because it is there next year again anyways…

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Dug From The Earth

Grasp the possibility that these sorts of “heads up” articles arent for players actively playing the game.

There are many people who took a break from ESO, even if for a couple of months, who could see an article like this on MOP and say “Oh, I wanna go jump in and take part in that.”

Hence, the benefit of a multi-game news site.

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Bruno Brito

Not everyone plays ESO.

I do, and i didn’t knew it. Also, it’s news.

It may not be your kind of news, but it’s news.

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Malcolm Swoboda

Where did you see “big news”? This is just more of a notice for one of the biggest MMOs. Sometimes they give notices for the smallest, but only if they’re paying more attention/get tips from readers.

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Sorata

I don’t understand the notice-charakter of this information. I mean, if you play it even a bit, you know, that this event is now due. If not, you don’t care anyways. So why this endless promotion with the same circle of events every year in ESO…
You can literally see, how uninspired the gamedevlopment is. And it’s not fair to promote this unimaginative game with this “notices”.

If they got something new, it would be a usefull notice. But thats not happening to ESO anymore.

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Malcolm Swoboda

We get it.

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Bree Royce

I mean, they literally just announced new DLC, and we’ve covered that several times. It’s a top five MMO, so of course we cover their events too.

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Sorata

I see now, that my expectations of this side where wrong and I apologize for the hussle.

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Bruno Brito

that my expectations of this side where wrong

The hell is that supposed to mean?

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Sorata

It would be widely offtopic to discuss this here. So I won’t do it. Thanks for your concern anyways.

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K8 D

This is huge to ME. I’m someone who is going to experience it for the first time.

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rafael12104

While I don’t disagree that their internal roadmap is more of a repeating pattern, ESO is one of the leading MMOs out in the “west” if not world wide. What ESO does is notable and newsworthy.

Sure, it is up to journos to define that, but I think an article covering events and rewards is certainly news.