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After debuting on PC comes the official release today of the new Clockwork City DLC for The Elder Scrolls online, a mini-expansion of sorts that introduces the fascinating new Clockwork City region, characters, story-lines, quests, and more. Also out today, the Xbox One X patch for The Elder Scrolls online, which if this were a '90s action film we'd say it turns the game "From Zero to Hero".



On a 4K display the different is massive, with the new native 4K resolution, HDR lighting, increased view distance, upgraded shadows with Screen Space Ambient Occlusion (SSAO), and upgraded real-time water reflections. Basically taking the rather basic looking Xbox One release and bringing it inline with the PC version running on ultra maximum what have you.




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