The Elder Scrolls Online Runs Pretty Well On Consoles

After a year and change as a PC exclusive, The Elder Scrolls Online is coming to consoles on 9 June. Here's some footage from the console beta showing us what exactly that looks like.

Jane Douglas of Outside Xbox takes her Khajiit sorcerer on a little tour of massively multiplayer Xbox One Tamriel, which looks perfectly fine. The textures may look slightly more muddy than the PC, or it might just be the YouTube vid. At least its running smoothly, which is the most important thing.

Well, most important after the field-of-view sliders.

The Elder Scrolls Online Runs Pretty Well On Consoles

Meanwhile, on the PlayStation 4, YouTuber ItzGunRain makes a bad decision regarding guard relations.

The Elder Scrolls Online will be officially released on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on 9 June. The game will be $US60, with no mandatory subscription fees.


    Is anyone on Kotaku still playing TESO?
    Is anyone still playing TESO?

      I would be.... but GTA 5 and witcher 3.... yanno

      I do on the odd occasion, then I get bored and realize why I stopped playing.

        Me too. They need to implement a way to run around while playing the /lute animation so I can chase new players while playing "theme music"

      geez @lbd, it was a legitimate question
      I don't play it, I don't know anyone who does, nobody talks about it and it's been some time since both release and when it dropped paid subscriptions

      Last edited 27/04/15 12:31 am

    Is it just me or do things seem a bit fullbright? Proper good lighting and a more vibrant colour palette to a lot to bring an environment to life for me.
    Anyway, I played the beta and simply lost interest within 15-20 minutes, I did try, but it just didn't work. Doesn't look like much has changed.

    Pretty vibrant from what I've seen. But yeah, there are plenty of console folk that are hanging out for an MMO when PC isnt an option. This looks to be the best choice there is right now.

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