With the Elder Scrolls Online getting an exciting new feature that it brings players all together and newly coming edition of Update 12, many people are thinking about trying it out. However, like most MMORPGs, there is a lot you need to learn, experience and do in The Elder Scrolls Online before you can get to do the hardest and most interesting content. While this guide won’t help you master the Elder Scrolls Online, it will help you build confidence, get a better understanding of what is and is not important and, most importantly, know that you don’t need to grind for thousands of hours to be trial ready.
will be quite a few people playing the Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited
when you first begin the game. For the most part, everyone will be around the
same level and just trying to explore and learn about the game. Use this
opportunity to group up with other players and head through the early dungeons.
Not only will you gain experience points to level up, there will also be a
hefty amount of loot in each dungeon that will help you gear up your character.
Don't Expect Skyrim
get this out of the way early, ESO is not Skyrim, and by extension it is not
like any other single player Elder Scrolls game. It has many similarities, and
of course it takes place in the same universe, but you should not come into
this expecting the same play styles you found in those games. The freedom you would
find in those games isn't here in ESO, you won't be running around killing NPCs
on a whim. Exploration has also been toned back quite a bit. You can't freely
roam the world either, and you won't suddenly find a Daedric weapon laying
around, as that would break the balance of the game.
first starting the game, you're going to have to select your character.
Although there is still a lot of freedom available to you in regards to how you
play your character, there are two decisions you won't be able to change, your
Race and your Class. For this reason, you should plan ahead a little and find
out exactly what you want to play before jumping in. There are 4 classes in the
game, and 10 races. You can mix and match however you choose, but also consider
taking advantage of the racial traits of certain races to better boost the
skills your class receives. For instance, the Dunmer make great Dragon Knights
thanks to their bonuses to Dual Wielding and Fire. For more details on how to
make the best possible character, check out our pages dedicated to the subjects
of Races, Classes and Character Creation.
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