Zenimax Online has posted up some responses
to an assortment of community questions in a new developer Q&A feature for its fledgling MMO The Elder Scrolls Online. There's no mention of the game's perceived health after a couple of months on store shelves, but developer's promises of new content offerings continues.
While most of the answers stay safely vague with no release date targets, a couple of notable responses include the confirmation that there are still plans to offer players more than just Horses for riding on, noting that "only horse mounts have the endless sprint trait", and "other upcoming mount types will have different special traits".
Another response confirms that the number and duration of the game's competitive PvP campaigns will likely be reduced in the near future (presumably when the current campaigns wind up in a couple of weeks time).
In other PVP-related news, it's looking like the long-standing issue with bugged out forward camps might finally be getting addressed, as outlined further in the Q&As discussion thread
by ZOS Community Manager Jessica Folsom:
We're currently testing a couple fixes for Forward Camps. If all goes well, the fixes will be in a patch next week.
For our own thoughts on the health of Bethesda's debut MMO in its post-launch period, check out our recent feature
on The Elder Scrolls Online end game content.