ZeniMax Online's, Elder Scrolls Online has been unleashed upon the Xbox One and PS4 community. It was a long time coming and this MMO has had a strange development period since its initial release date for PC on April 4th, 2014. But apparently all of the controversy and lukewarm reviews ESO has received have not deterred console owners from the world of Bethesda's Elder Scrolls. In the UK, ESO is topping the charts at the moment, even kicking the likes of The Witcher 3 from its pedestal.
So after all of this has happened, I'm seriously dying to know - what's the game like XBOX One and PS4 owners? Is Elder Scrolls Online everything you'd hoped it would be? Did you tailor your expectations and are now actually surprised by how good it is? Or is it really disappointing you? We've heard PC owners talk about it for a year now, but what do you guys think?
How's Elder Scrolls Online Treating You Xbox One & PS4 Owners?
It's been a long time since I really engaged with ESO. I played it quite a lot following its initial release date and I very rarely return to a game. Though following big updates, I always went back to see what alterations ZeniMax introduced - and there have been a lot of them. However, the idea of playing it on my PS4 or Xbox One is actually pretty intriguing...but you know, [Batman: Arkham Knight](tag:2683936) is out next week so I'm going to be extremely busy for the next while! However, I'm still interested in returning to the Summerset Isles and I suppose I'll get around to it at some stage.
But what's it like for you guys as Elder Scrolls fans? Have ZeniMax Studios disappointed you? Or has all of the negative press the game has received impacted on your view in a positive way? I'm dying to know what you guys think and if you need any help on your journey we have a little guide for getting started below!
ESO Guide to Classes & Races
You can check out our extensive guide to kicking off your adventures in Tamriel here. We discuss the best classes, races and combinations of the two. There's a serious amount of grinding to be done in The Elder Scrolls Online, so you'll want to ensure that your initial decision when picking up this MMO is the right one! Be sure to let us know what you think of ESO in the comments and I hope you're enjoying this intriguing little game.