ZeniMax Online Studios Director Matt Firor says “ESO will continue to be supported exactly as it was”
ZeniMax reassures fans that The Elder Scrolls Online will continue to be supported on PS4, despite Microsoft’s acquisition of the studio
Groundbreaking news of Microsoft’s acquisition of ZeniMax Media has rocked the industry, but it looks like ESO fans on PS4 don’t have to worry Taking to Twitter to post a statement on In the news, the director of ZeniMax Online Studios assured fans that the plan was to continue supporting ESO on all platforms “for years to come.”
“I want to take this moment to reassure the entire Elder Scrolls Online community that ESO will continue to be supported exactly as it was, and we expect it to continue to grow. and thrive on each of the currently supported platforms, “the statement reads in part
ZeniMax Online is currently gearing up to release ESO’s next DLC pack, Markarth, which will conclude Dark Heart of Skyrim’s year-long tale Update Adds The Reach as the newest zone, a new single player arena, new monsters, and plenty of bug fixes and quality of life updates We caught up with Creative Director Rich Lambert to talk about the new in-depth update, and it seems quite the trick
“So right from the start, there is action, and that continues throughout the rest of the storyline. So it’s not a slow ramp-up now, it’s bubbling up and you’re running through this scenario, which is really exciting, ”Lambert teased.
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