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Post by Eorl @ 09:59am 23/01/14 | 0 Comments
Zenimax Online has unleashed a new video to the mortal world, showing off just what you can expect in regards to group-based content in their virtual Elder Scrolls Online world. Showcasing both a dungeon boss and world boss content in action, the new video aims to help potential players understand what they may come across in the upcoming MMO.
In ESO, you’ll be able to explore Tamriel alongside your friends for the first time, and we’ve put together this video to show you some of the reasons you’ll definitely want to team up. Check it out to see our developers pit themselves against encounters they’ll need to work together to overcome, and learn more about these challenges from their commentary.
Those familiar with the MMO genre will instantly recognise some of the more traditional methods that ESO is taking on, including the usual "destroy X object before hitting boss" or simply taking out enemy adds while keeping the main target focused. The video also gives a great look at some of the more high-level combat which is filled with a consistent amount of special effects to appease the eyes.

Check out the video below and let us know your thoughts on the content so far in the comments below. The Elder Scrolls Online will be launching on April 4th with PlayStation 4 and Xbox One launching sometime later.

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