In 2024, The Elder Scrolls Online will have reached a big milestone: it will be ten years old! I can’t believe 10 years have gone by since the first magical quest and epic fight. As we eagerly await The Elder Scrolls 6, the great people at ZeniMax Online Studios are celebrating this amazing journey with a year-long party full of fun events and cool new content.
Remember when The Elder Scrolls Online was a big hit? 🏰🏂
Think about this: The Elder Scrolls Online came out in April 2014 and has been a huge hit ever since, with over 22 million people in its ten-year journey. The director of the game, Matt Firor, says it’s been a “massively successful” MMORPG for years and is still going strong in 2023. Almost two million new players joined the Elder Scrolls world last year, and that doesn’t count the adventurers who joined for free through the Epic Games Store.
Gather your friends and family for a party that lasts all year! 🍻🌟
A big community event planned for the game’s birthday party in April 2024, which will make this ten-year journey even more fun. Keep your swords and shields handy, because on July 13 and 14, 2024, an exclusive The Elder Scrolls Online Tavern will open in Germany! The celebrations last from April 2024 to July 2025, since PC players began their quests in 2014 and consoles came out a little later, in June 2015.
To honor the great community and super-dev team at ESO, Firor has planned a busy schedule full of fun things to do, special events, and memories of good times. Get ready for a reveal COIN33 show in January 2024, where everyone will see the cool new things that are coming to this multiplayer treasure. From the 2023 Elder Scrolls Online Necrom update, the story picks up where it left off in the Daedric realms, leaving us on the edge of our seats with a jaw-dropping cliffhanger.
Take a look at the future of the game in Stability Check! 🚀🏮
Let’s talk about the servers for the game now. The team’s main goal in 2023 was to make the service more stable. Things are getting better, even though there have been longer downtimes due to fancy hardware changes. When the Epic Games Store opened in July, they had the most monthly active users they had seen since 2015. That shows a lot of love for games!
This is the end of The Elder Scrolls Online’s epic trip. The story is still going on. It doesn’t matter if you’re excited for the Starfield Shattered Space DLC, exploring the wastelands in Fallout 76, or thinking that the release date for The Elder Scrolls 6 is lightyears away—maybe it’s time to go back to Tamriel in ESO, either with friends or by yourself.
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