The Elder Scrolls Online just released its last chapter, high island, which takes players to the Systres archipelago, the homeland of the Bretons. Along with the release of the chapter and all its content, a free update, Update 34, of the base game is available for all elder scrolls online player.
The Elder Scrolls Online was released in 2014 following the huge success of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. As an MMORPG, the game has received many major updates and expansions over the years, which have improved the game in many areas and allowed players to venture into the franchise’s largest open world at this day. The game features a mix of familiar old scrolls features like sneak and steal, join the Mages Guild and Thieves Guild, and a free-form character building system that gives players the freedom to enjoy a wide range of playstyles. Each expansion usually introduces new story developments and more regions for players to explore.
Whereas The Elder Scrolls Online: High Isle brings a whole new story chapter and a new region to the game, Free Update 34 also brought important new features that all players can enjoy. One of the biggest new features is the addition of AMD’s FidelityFX Super Resolution (FSR) 1.0 technology. This scaling technology results in a massive performance boost for games that support it. Combined with Temporal Antialiasing, AMD FSR can help gamers with older GPUs achieve higher frame rates and gives gamers the ability to increase their graphics quality at higher settings without losing performance.
Mundus Stones are now part of the Armory system, making it easy to swap Mundus Stone perks between builds. A new Quick Select wheel functionality has been added, allowing multiple Quick Select wheels for Memories, Emotes, and Tools that augment the main Quick Select wheel for battle items and consumables. Gamepad players can also access their emote wheel through their quick select wheel, providing easy access to their favorite gestures and actions.
Title screen music can now be changed to music from any chapter in the Audio Settings tab. A new accessibility mode has been added that automatically switches to keyboard shortcuts that match the current input method, such as the keyboard or gamepad. Pre-game UI screens can now also be navigated with the D-pad or keyboard, rather than the mouse.
Zenimax said more accessibility options and settings will be included in future updates, which should make the game more playable for gamers who prefer a variety of input methods. Localized Spanish text for the game has also been added, which is a good sign for the game’s Spanish community and hopefully a sign of more support for other languages in the future. With better performance and playability with the high island update, read The Elder Scrolls Online should be smoother than ever.
elder scrolls online is currently available on PC, macOS, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S and Stadia.
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