Avid players have uncovered the latest Elder Scrolls Online update way before its announcements. Bethesda will reportedly announce the latest update in the coming months. However, some lucky fans already have ideas about the upcoming patch.
Gamers usually have to wait a long time before getting their favorite games. Sometimes they have to wait even longer just to get the game updates and exclusive DLC content. Those who just cannot wait to satisfy their curiosity instead look at the games files themselves.
According to a Reddit user named FloorBelow, there are files within the game that were datamined, including the possible addition of the Vvardenfell landmass. In addition to the Vvardenfell files that were previously discovered, there are other places as well. The title sets were in the style of the Hlaalu, Telvanni, Vivec, and Dwemer ruins.
The user also noted that the whole area around Red Mountain is inaccessible. Even the area of Sheogorad looks under construction. However, Molag Amur and the northern ash lands around Urshilaku can be accessed.
Biggest One Yet
FloorBelow speculated that the new area may be the largest player versus environment (PVE) zone in the game. It is even bigger than Wrothgar and Stonefalls. In fact, the new addition is twice the size of Wrothgar. This means there will be so many more things to discover and explore once the Vvardenfell gets added. However, there is no official announcement as to when that will be.
In other Elder Scrolls Online news, according to Gamespot, Bethesda will be making a major announcement about the game in a live stream. The company confirmed that the studio will reveal the game’s “next chapter” on Tuesday. Those who are interested can tune in at 11 a.m. PT/ 2p.m. ET / 7 p.m. GMT on Twitch.
Some fans are expecting Bethesda to officially announce Vvardenfell, the main landmass in The Elder Scrolls 3: Morrowmind. The news regarding this is highly likely given the popularity of Morrowmind. Unfortunately, all Bethesda could say was they were revealing something “big” during the livestream.
They even asked fans to share their excitement online by asking them to post reaction videos and GIFs online. The posts shared on Instagram and Twitter need to have the hashtag “#ESO.” These reactions can also be posted on the official ESO forums as well.
The Elder Scrolls Online was originally released on PC back in 2014. The game required a monthly access subscription. That was ditched when they decided to release a base game on Playstation 4 and Xbox One. The game was then rebranded as The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited. In 2016, the game garnered over seven million registered users.