Originally The Elder Scrolls Online came out only on PC, but finally, the majority of its people are playing on consoles. Project Director Matt Firor (Matt Firor) said in an interview the Polygon that on each of the platforms (PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One) is “about 30%” of players of their total number.
Release TES Online on PC in April 2014, but less than a year later, there was her restart called The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited. The project lost a monthly subscription, but shareware do not have it – to pay for the game itself is still necessary
After restarting the number of active users has tripled, although exact figures are not shared Firor. The hit game was on consoles – the expectations of developers were “grossly underestimated”, but “food servers maintained” influx of visitors. “When TES Online launched for consoles, 235 thousand. The players are on the server, and another 200 thousand. Waiting in the queue. Can you imagine what the hype was mad “ – Firor said
Earlier this month, the release of a free update One Tamriel, through which groups can join in all users, regardless of their chosen alliance. Not without the celebration of Halloween – how in the world TES Online turn into a zombie, you can learn from our recent news