E3 2016: Elder Scrolls Online Announces Japan, Level-Scaling


The Elder Scrolls Online is heading to Japan this month, as Bethesda announced during yesterday’s streaming conference. Gamers in Japan will be able to get their hands on the title on June 23rd, presumably on an equal release schedule to other regions.

Additionally, Zenimax announced big changes coming to how players consume content in The Elder Scrolls Online. Dubbed One Tamriel, content will be scaled to a player’s level in the same way that levels are scaled during DLC levels right now. Higher level players will effectively be the same “level” as lower level players, but will have more advantages in terms of better gear, skills, and abilities.

Matt Firor announced that Elder Scrolls Online has seven million players, which was later clarified to mean seven million copies purchased total.

Please note that this number does NOT include beta players (who played the game before we launched) and it also does not include players from our free trial (Xbox-only, in December of 2015). It all boils down to one thing: a LOT of people have purchased and played the game during the last two years, and we are grateful for each and every one.

(Source: Elder Scrolls Online)


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