Bethesda has released the first developer diary for The Elder Scrolls: Online. This trailer gives players a basic look into the universe, along with providing a quick look at the combat system.
Given Bethesda’s recent track record with bugs, this title seems like a no-brainer to avoid, however the lush environments, and ability to play with hundreds of players at once is a first for the series. We would be lying if we said we’re totally uninterested in this game. That being said, Bethesda has a monumental task of proving that they can compete in the MMO genre (especially with the recent release of Guild Wars 2) and do so while providing excellent quality to fans; something they haven’t proved since their founding.
What do you think? Are you excited for this title, or put off by the recent slew of missteps by Bethesda?
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