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The Elder Scrolls Online
The Elder Scrolls Online

PC | PlayStation 4 | Xbox One
Genre: Role Playing
Developer: Zenimax Online Official Site: http://www.elderscrolls.com/
Publisher: Bethesda Softworks
Thursday, 28 February 2019
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Available now on PC and coming to PS4 and Xbox One on March 12, Wrathstone introduces two new cinematic dungeons that kicks off a year-long story that leads into the upcoming Elsweyr expansion in June. Which as per the name of the season introduces dragons into The Elder Scrolls Online.

The two new dungeons are highlighted in the following trailer - Depths of Malatar and Frostvault.

ESO heroes are tasked with fighting their way through the dungeons to retrieve both halves of the Wrathstone tablet. Depths of Malatar will send you to an ancient Ayleid ruin hidden under a secret Imperial fort while Frostvault guides you through a trap-filled, automaton-occupied, Goblin-inhabited, Dwarven vault.

Wrathstone is free for those with ESO Plus membership and available to purchase via the in-game Crown Store for everyone else. As part of a new update to the game, there's a new Zone Guide system being introduced which sounds perfect for completionists. Basically it lets you track progress for each and ever zone in Tamriel offering markers and ways to find and complete all of the Quests and Delves in addition to finding all the hidden Skyshards.

For more on The Elder Scrolls Online in 2019 check out our interview with Rich Lambert, Creative Director Zenimax Online Studios.
Wednesday, 16 January 2019
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The next major expansion coming to The Elder Scrolls Online, building on the success of both Morrowind and Summerset, is called Elsweyr (and we're assuming it's pronounced 'elsewhere') and is set to launch June 4 for PC/Mac, PS4, and Xbox One. In addition to taking players to the Khajiiti homeland for a new quest the expansion will also introduce a new class - the Necromancer.

Very cool. Here's the cinematic announcement trailer.

Previously, you have been able to explore the province of Elsweyr in The Elder Scrolls: Arena and its outer edges in ESO’s regions of Reaper’s March and Khenarthi’s Roost, but in this new adventure, you can fully experience the home of Tamriel’s beloved cat people. In Elsweyr, you can traverse both fertile grasslands and scorching deserts, interact with moon-sugar farmers and wandering nomads, or confront merciless Imperial occupiers and roaming bandits. In this new Chapter, you can truly dive into the life, history, culture, and mythology of the Khajiit and their homeland.

Which also features dragons, and plays into the new year-long Season of the Dragon event that kicks off in February with the Wrathstone DLC dungeon pack - with further updates coming throughout the year. Weirdly enough this is the first time dragons have been seen in The Elder Scrolls Online and will play a major role in both the new season of content and of course the new Elsweyr expansion. Which is being described as being as large and expansive as Summerset and Morrowind. And like the Morrowind expansion new players will be able to jump straight in and begin their journey in Elsweyr.

Which is also great for veteran players as they'll be able to check out the new Necromancer class in a new land filled with quests, delves, dungeons, and the new dragon attack World Events. Great news for The Elder Scrolls Online fans - we're loving the yearly expansions.
Wednesday, 24 October 2018
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On PC, as The Elder Scrolls Online players on PS4 and Xbox One will need to wait until November 7 to venture out into the swamp. The new expansion introduces the deep swampland and marshes of Murkmire - home to a group of Argonians. The DLC represents a feature packed but smaller expansion than last year's Summerset, continuing the recent trend of meaty yearly updates.

In the Murkmire DLC game pack, you are able to explore a new zone located on Black Marsh’s southern coast, experience a brand-new story questline, and test your mettle in the Blackrose Prison Arena.

Explore a New Zone

In this new zone, you can venture into the heart of Black Marsh to learn about the native Argonian people, their culture, and their history. In addition to the main story, this new zone is packed full of new adventures to experience, including unique quests, Delves, World Bosses, and countless other dangers that lurk in the deep swamp.

Recover a Piece of Murkmire’s History

In Murkmire’s story questline, you shall work to investigate the long-forgotten past of this remote and unforgiving land and help an Imperial scholar search for an ancient and powerful Argonian relic. Ready your supplies and prepare to embark into a world secluded from Tamriel for centuries. You might even discover the hidden history of the Argonians themselves.

Face Blackrose Prison

If you’re looking for a fight, you and your companions will be challenged by Murkmire’s new four-player Arena, Blackrose Prison. In this former prison colony, you must face waves of monstrous beasts and Blackguard warriors in vicious combat. Be sure to make use of the new Sigils to survive, because should you claim victory, you’ll earn powerful new Blackrose weapons not found anywhere else in Tamriel!

As you explore, quest, and battle your way through the deep swamp, you’ll be rewarded with three new zone sets and unique, Murkmire-themed collectibles. Finally, this new zone also introduces the new Dead-Water motif style, acquired by completing daily quests – so get exploring!

And hopefully, a few vintage editions of The Lusty Argonian Maid. For the full patch notes - head here.
Wednesday, 18 April 2018
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The Elder Scrolls Online's next expansion is set to take players to the new location of Summerset. The Summerset Isles, which as per the latest location trailer looks to be the most fairy-tale like setting in the Elder Scrolls saga yet. We're talking massive Disney-like castles, lush green forests, and plenty of flowers. So many flowers.

But really, what we were to expect from the home of the High Elves. A dark craggy volcanic landscape? Nope.

On a personal note I think this looks awesome, and the giant castles and gardens add a very different flavour to likes of Morrowind or Skyrim. The Elder Scrolls Online: Summerset will release for PC/Mac, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4 on the June 5, and introduces a new zone, story, faction, skill line, and the long awaited jewel crafting.
Thursday, 1 March 2018
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The Elder Scrolls Online: Dragon Bones is the latest DLC pack for the MMO that brings two new dungeons Scalecaller Peak and Fang Lair to the game. Which, admittedly look pretty cool. Alongside the release comes an update that brings improvements to player housing and some new maps for the PvP Battlegrounds mode.

The stars of the show no doubt are the new dungeons.

In Scalecaller Peak, the burial site of a long-dead Dragon Priest is now overrun with diseased cultists harboring an evil agenda: to unleash the deadliest plague Tamriel has ever known. You and your team must journey to Scalecaller Peak, battle your way through the cultists and their followers, and put an end to this threat.

Deep within the belly of Fang Lair, an ancient Dwarven ruin, a master of necromancy works a dark ritual in an effort to reanimate the bones of a once-living dragon. It's up to you and your companions to enter the dungeon, face the necromancers, and stop the ritual before this undead monstrosity can be unleashed on Tamriel.

The Dragon Bones DLC game is free for ESO Plus members and available for purchase in the in-game Crown Store for everyone else. The Elder Scrolls Online: Dragon Bones is also available on PC.
Thursday, 30 November 2017
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And in-game savings galore at the Crown Store. Unfortunately the free-to-play week excludes the Xbox One version and is limited to the PS4, PC, and Mac. But, on the plus side from December 1 through to December 7 you get the entire core experience of countless hours of adventuring through Tamriel - minus the recent Morrowind expansion.

For the duration of the event both ESO and the Morrowing expansion will be on sale up to 50% off.

The best bit though is the Special Dungeon Event, which runs from 2:00am AEDT/4:00am NZDT December 1 to 2:00am AEDT/4:00am NZDT December 7. Where all ESO players have a chance to win in-game rewards, including consumables and collectable prize packs that include pets, mounts, and costumes. All you need to do is fire up any random dungeon via the Dungeon Finder and you'll get a Mysterious Reward Box. This also extends to Free Play Week players too.

Oh, and 10 million players? Congrats ESO!
Wednesday, 25 October 2017
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With a console release to follow on November 7, alongside an update that will also enhance the game for Xbox One X consoles. Following up on the excellent Morrowind expansion from earlier this year, Clockwork City offers a new zone to explore with a new story to follow. An update that also introduces a new Transmutation System that will finally give players the opportunity to change item traits.

As per the notes the quest-line is said to be of the same length as recent expansions Dark Brotherhood and Thieves Guild. Although the DLC pack doesn't require a copy of the recent Morrowind expansion, story-wise it takes place after the events there and was even teased right at the very end with players getting an unforgettable glimpse at Clockwork City.

Journey into Sotha Sil’s Clockwork City, a great and intricate mechanism that duplicates Tamriel in metallic miniature. Take on two dangerous world bosses, explore new delves and complete daily quests to earn a host of unique rewards.

Clockwork City is available now on PC and Mac free for ESO Plus subscribers or for 2,000 Crowns in the in-game store.
Thursday, 12 October 2017
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And it will be every bit the expansion like the excellent Orsinium and Morrowind. But of course, not as huge as the latter. Still, players will get over 10 hours of new content and a truly impressive new region to explore - Clockwork City.

“We chose the Clockwork City to be The Elder Scrolls Online’s next zone because it’s a unique location that we haven’t fully explored,” says Creative Director Rich Lambert. “This is Sotha Sil’s realm. It’s his interpretation of how the world looks, how it works, or perhaps how he wants it to be. The entire realm was fabricated, so it’s very different from what we’ve done before – which is really cool. And, of course, it’s Sotha Sil, and Elder Scrolls fans love Sotha Sil. He’s a mad genius.” 

“Ultimately, with this new zone we’re trying to give players the same kind of experience they had with ESO: Morrowind or the Orsinium DLC game pack,” says Lambert. “They get a new space to explore, a fantastic story to experience, and they get to understand a little bit more about the Clockwork City.”

Clockwork City is set to launch October 23 for PC and Mac, and November 7 for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Free to ESO Plus subscribers or 2000 Crowns for everyone else. Players can get a sneak peak at Clockwork City right now thanks to a new Prologue Quest available at any of the Mages Guild headquarters spread throughout Tamriel. Although the DLC pack doesn't require a copy of the recent Morrowind expansion, story-wise it takes place after the events there and was even teased right at the very end with players getting an unforgettable glimpse at Clockwork City.

Imagine the insides of the biggest and most impressive clock you've ever seen but fashioned in the style of a city square.
Tuesday, 4 July 2017
Post by KostaAndreadis @ 02:27pm 04/07/17 | 4 Comments
Starting tomorrow at 11pm AEST. What's ESO Plus? Well, remember how The Elder Scrolls Online began as subscription-based game and then changed to a buy once, play forever deal? ESO plus is the subscription-based portion of the game that gives players access to all DLC content like Thieves Guild, Dark Brotherhood, and Shadows of the Hist. Plus, stuff like huge stash spaces, Crowns to spend in the Crown Store, and being able to carry an unlimited amount of crafting materials.

Which means if you happened to get back into the game thanks to the recent, and very good, Morrowind expansion you can take your Warden and enroll them into both the Thieves Guild and Dark Brotherhood. Nice.

  • Simply log into The Elder Scrolls Online
  • Navigate to the Crown Store
  • View the ‘Featured’ category
  • Find and select the ESO Plus Free Trial

And voila, you'll be starting a life of crime and assassination in no time. Even if you've been the good Warden.

I guess this means I'll no longer be able to (ethically) don the Scarlet Judge costume anymore.

Who am I kidding, I'll never take it off. The Scarlet Judge will henceforth be known for killing as opposed for saving towns from corrupt officials and rich a**holes.
Wednesday, 7 June 2017
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The Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind the new expansion for The Elder Scrolls Online that takes players back to the iconic location is available now for PC, PS4, and Xbox One. Bringing a new region to explore and over 30 hours of story content the expansion also benefits from years of improvements made to the game. Launch trailer after the jump.

And it looks good too, thanks to the introduction of volcanic activity and giant mushrooms.

A Massive New Zone -- Vvardenfell: The largest zone added to The Elder Scrolls Online since launch is also a nostalgic trip through one of the Elder Scrolls’ most beloved lands. Utilising the same geographic footprint as The Elder Scrolls III, including all key points of interest from the classic game,  Vvardenfell is painstakingly reimagined 700 years before the events of TES III, from the docks of Seyda Neen, through the volcanic Ashlands, the dense, mushroom-filled forests, and to the glory of Vivec City - still under construction in this time period.

New Class – The Warden: Players will harness nature-based magic to master the powerful new character class - The Warden. The Warden is the first new class since launch of ESO, and true to ESO and the Elder Scrolls franchise, the player will have the freedom to select from a number of abilities that enable a variety of play styles. The Warden also introduces a devastating new combat ally – the War Bear – a ferocious fighter that will stay by the Warden’s side through the most intense battles.

New PvP Mode – Battlegrounds: The Elder Scrolls Online is renowned for open world PvP battles, pitting hundreds of players in a massive battle for supremacy in Cyrodiil. The Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind will introduce a new PvP mode – Battlegrounds – intense 4v4v4 battles in arena-like environments. Players take the battle to the Ashlands to claim their place among the fiercest and most accomplished combat veterans in Tamriel.

We'll be diving into the expansion over the next few days, so be sure to watch this space for impressions.
Tuesday, 30 May 2017
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At a recent hands-on event in a ridiculously opulent setting in rural NSW, we got to spend some quality time playing the next expansion for The Elder Scrolls Online. The one that as the title suggests, lets players revisit one of the most iconic locations from the series -- Vvardenfell. That place filled with giant mushrooms and strange creatures that made Elder Scrolls III: Morrowing such a special experience.

And this historic and visually impressive setting serves as great reminder that The Elder Scrolls Online provides the sort of RPG experience that will appeal to fans and newcomers alike.

Playing through the early moments of ESO’s Morrowind expansion it’s hard not to get swept up in the familiar yet very different setting of Vvardenfell. And even though ESO has included many other locations we’ve seen before, from Skyrim to Cyrodill, this is a Morrowind that has clearly benefited from over a decade of improvements made in graphic fidelity.

“With Morrowind, it's interesting, because everyone remembers the game from 2002, but that was still a long time ago, graphically speaking. And so, we kind of built it from the ground up,” Matt explains. “We went in and took the height map, you know, the actual graphical representation of the terrain, we lifted that from Elder Scrolls III, and then we kind of built it up from there, making sure that the scale was correct, and that it was not too big, and not too small. Then we used a lot of the reference materials for it, you know, the mushrooms, and the creatures, and Vivec city and things like that.”

The results speak for themselves.

Click Here to Read 'Giant Mushrooms and Bigger Volcanoes – Returning to Morrowind in The Elder Scrolls Online'
Monday, 29 May 2017
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Even though it's already playable for those that pre-ordered it on PC, the new Morrowind expansion for the Elder Scrolls Online makes its official debut on June 6. Which is when players across PC and console will be able to revisit the island of Vvardenfell, the iconic and mysterious land of giant mushrooms and slightly bigger volcanoes that has been stuck in the minds of Elder Scrolls fans since the release of The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind back in 2002.

At a recent Elder Scrolls event in rural NSW we had the chance to play the expansion and talk to Elder Scrolls Online Game Director Matt Firor about revisiting and recreating such an iconic RPG location.

"We did [go back to the 2002 original]. There are extensive modding tools, for Elder Scrolls III, so we actually went in and used the tools to kind of remind ourselves how the quests worked, and how the stories were told. I don't know if anyone actually played through the whole thing, but we certainly installed the game and played around with it for hours. 15 years is a long time, so it was fun to go back and look at it, and then it was even more fun to kind of show the ESO version of that."

In recreating Morrowind in Elder Scrolls Online the team went to great lengths to ensure that it was very much the same place as before. But, with the added bonus of 15 years of graphical fidelity. "With Morrowind, it's interesting, because everyone remembers the game from 2002, but it was still a long time ago, graphically speaking, and so we kind of built it from the ground up. We went in and took the height map, you know, the actual graphical representation of the terrain, we lifted that from Elder Scrolls III, and then we kind of built it up from there, making sure that the scale was correct, and that it was not too big, and not too small."

Be sure to check back tomorrow for our hands-on with the expansion and the full interview with Matt.

Friday, 12 May 2017
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There's a reason why Morrowind holds a special place in the hearts and minds of Elder Scrolls fans. And that's the land of Vvardenfell itself, a place full of wonderfully weird and ancient landscapes, and one filled with competing Elven houses older than anything you'd find in a place like Skyrim -- those being House Hlaalu, House Redoran, and House Telvanni. In the latest story trailer for the expansion we get to see how that might play out in The Elder Scrolls Online.

Check it out.

The Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind will launch on PC, Mac, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One on June 6.
Wednesday, 19 April 2017
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Bears! Ghost Trees! Yeah, this definitely looks cool. A nature-based class, the Warden will release alongside the new Morrowind expansion coming to The Elder Scrolls Online in June. In a new gameplay trailer released to showcase the new class we get to see quite a bit of War Bear action, and more.

Revealing themselves to the world for the first time, Wardens possess a wide assortment of abilities to help defend the wilds and people of Tamriel. With the versatility to act as a damage dealer, a healer, or protector (or any combination in between) the Warden’s powerful and unique nature-based magic brings an entirely new element to ESO. The Warden can be fully customised based on your choices and your playstyle -- summon the fearsome War Bear, encase yourself in rock-solid ice, or conjure healing plants from the soil.

The Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind and the new Warden class releases June 6 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC and Mac.
Wednesday, 12 April 2017
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The Elder Scrolls Online is currently free-to-play across all platforms, including PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, and Mac, until April 18. During this time players will get full access to the Tamriel Unlimited base game. Plus they'll also get 500 Crowns to spend on pets, costumes, scrolls, and more. And as an added bonus all progress will be saved and recorded in the halls of Tamriel (i.e. the ESO servers), so if you do decide to buy the game you'll be able to pick up where you left off.

Also, as to ensure that Bethesda know exactly what they're doing when it comes to promotions like this, both the base game and the Gold Edition which comes with all the DLC packs released so far, will be discounted for the duration of the free-to-play week.

For more info, head here.
Thursday, 23 February 2017
Post by KostaAndreadis @ 03:15pm 23/02/17 | 0 Comments
Described as the largest expansion to date for The Elder Scrolls Online, Morrowind will take players to the legendary island of Vvardenfell. The home of giant mushrooms, misty river towns, weird creatures, and plenty of magic. After the recent cinematic trailer, today we've got our first proper look at the new location. And yeah, it definitely looks and feels like Morrowind.

Check it out.

The Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind is on track for PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4 release on 6 June 2017.
Wednesday, 1 February 2017
Post by KostaAndreadis @ 02:09pm 01/02/17 | 0 Comments
Earlier today Bethesda announced a new expansion for The Elder Scrolls Online, one that will take players back to the island of Vvardenfell. Available in June, The Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind is said to be the biggest new addition to the game yet, with Vvardenfell being the largest zone added since launch. And thanks to the recent One Tamriel update both new and old players alike can head straight to the land of giant mushrooms, volcanoes, and wizards to embark on a new story set 700 years before the events of The Elder Scrolls III.

As highlighted in a fancy new CG trailer.

The update isn't limited to a new zone and sets of quests for players to embark on, as the Morrowind expansion is also set to introduce a new playable class -- The Warden. Which, as the name suggests, is focused on nature-based magic, and a combat ally in the form of a War Bear. Also coming is a new smaller-scale PvP mode called Battlegrounds, that will focus on 4v4v4 battles in arena-style environments.

The Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind will be released for PC, Mac, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One on June 6, 2017. It will replace the current version of the game at retail, with a special Upgrade Edition for existing players to be sold separately for $59.95 AUD. To find out more about the game, additional special editions, and pre-order bonuses, head to the official site.
Thursday, 17 November 2016
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If you haven't had the chance to check out The Elder Scrolls Online now is the time to do so, with a free-to-play weekend for the game happening right now on PS4 and PC. Until November 20 everyone will have access to the core game and all of it's content. And thanks to the new One Tamriel update which does away with level requirements, everyone will also be able to group up with everyone. In an Elder Scrolls festival of inclusion. That no doubt will feature a lot of monster slaying.

Players simply need to download the game, create an account, and begin their adventures in Tamriel. The Free Play Weekend will include:
  • No Restrictions: Access to the full The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited base game
  • Free Crowns: 500 Crowns to spend in the Crown Store on fun costumes, unique pets, helpful scrolls, and more
  • Progress Retention: Any characters created, Crown Packs purchased, or Crown Store items bought, as well as any progress made during the Free Play Weekend, will carry over if the player purchases the game

Naturally, to coincide with the free event all versions of the game will go on sale for those that take a shine to exploring and questing across Tamriel.
Friday, 9 September 2016
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Bethesda has released The Elder Scrolls Online: Gold Edition for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC. Why the sudden change in colour? Well, the Gold in Gold Edition means that it comes packed with all of the DLC content released so far -- of four there are, in total. No more, no less.

Ahem, excuse the sudden lapse into Yoda speak, but in addition to the Gold Edition a special Guilds and Glory DLC pack has been released for existing players. Which also gives them an easy way to purchase all of the existing DLC packs. After they try and work out what 5,000 Crowns means when it comes to real-world money that is.

The Elder Scrolls Online: Gold Edition includes.

  • The Elder Scrolls Online core game content, including hundreds of hours of sweeping adventures across Tamriel
  • All four DLC Game Packs, featuring new quests, locations, and abilities, including:
    • Imperial City
    • Orsinium
    • Thieves Guild
    • Dark Brotherhood

  • A Palomino horse mount
  • 500 Crowns to spend in the in-game Crown Store for new game accounts

  • The Elder Scrolls Online: Gold Edition is now available for Xbox One and PlayStation 4 for $99.95 and PC for $89.95.

    Oh, and in regards to the PlayStation 4 Pro, Bethesda has announces that
    The Elder Scrolls Online will natively run in 4K or an enhanced 1080p mode when the console launches in November.

    Check it out.

    Wednesday, 1 June 2016
    Post by KostaAndreadis @ 03:03pm 01/06/16 | 2 Comments
    The latest expansion for The Elder Scrolls Online, starring the secret assassin guild the Dark Brotherhood, is now available for PC and Mac. The content, which is also headed to the console versions in a few weeks time, introduces new areas to explore, towns to visit, and quests to complete. And with the name of the new zone being the Gold Coast, probably some heavy drinking too. Hiyooo!

    The Dark Brotherhood has always been special for Elder Scrolls fans, including many of us here, and we are excited to finally be able to bring it to Elder Scrolls Online. The Dark Brotherhood DLC game pack introduces the Gold Coast zone, where you can explore the towns of Anvil, Kvatch, and the landscape between them. This DLC is jam-packed with fun new quests, a new skill line, new delves, group bosses and all new ways to murder NPCs with executions and poisons.

    In addition to the new content this patch also brings a slew of changes and updates to the base game.

    Veteran Ranks have finally been removed, which simplifies and unifies leveling into one system. In addition to Veteran Rank removal, we've added in a number of new systems and improvements, including things like:
    • Quality-of-Life: Nameplates, Item Locking, Repair warnings, Enchanting updates, Class balance adjustments, Trait Improvements, Poison making, Hats and Personalities
    • Grouping Tool/Activity Finder: Vote to Kick, Ready Check, and Deserter Debuffs
    • PVP: Cyrodiil latency improvements, Imperial City district capture, and new vendors with scaled gear