Elder Scrolls Online Update 39 is available today on PC/Mac, with a simple UX overhaul and more

Just in case you didn’t think this week was busy enough, The Elder Scrolls Online is rolling out Update 39 for PC and Mac players today.

“During the ESO “Global Reveal announced back in January that we were taking the time during this development cycle to focus on refining existing in-game systems and addressing some longstanding requests.” ZeniMax Online Studios reminds us of that, and that’s exactly what this patch does. “In addition to the many bug fixes listed below, we’ve spent some time improving some gameplay experiences for newer players, cleaning up the sourcing of some item sets, and adding a bunch of new achievements to existing content. We’ve also added a few updates for PvP, including new monster masks, face and body markings, a new PvP death notification feature, and an improvement to loot dropped from scamps in Imperial City.

ESO Gamers will want to take a look Sticky NotesThese include quest volume rework for low-level toons, navigator NPCs that help achieve these quests, better item stacking, and optimizations for the house editor.

“As part of an ongoing initiative to improve the initial gameplay experience and make it less overwhelming with ‘endless quest pin spam’, we’ve reworked many major city quests to show up later in your level path so they don’t appear, lead the unwary astray. The changes made include, but are not necessarily limited to, the following general categories listed below. As always, each location may have its own unique requirements (e.g. cities to save and/or zone story quests to complete). Please note that you can continue the quests normally if you acquire them through other means (e.g. through sharing or via the Crown Store for a prologue, etc.).

The release won’t make it to consoles until September 5th.


Curtis Crabtree

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