Bethesda and ZeniMax have released Update 39 for the console versions of The Elder Scrolls Online. This update focuses on enhancing the experience for new players while also introducing general quality-of-life improvements for all players.
One of the notable improvements for new players is the reduction in the volume and frequency of quests offered to low-level characters. This change aims to streamline the early game experience, making it less overwhelming for newcomers. Additionally, the update introduces improvements to Tamriel's navigator NPCs, who can now indicate whether they can transport players to a location related to their tracked quests.
In terms of item management, Update 39 introduces changes to key item types. Players now have the ability to stack similar Crown Store items using the “Stack All Items” option, making inventory management more efficient. There is also improved communication regarding which items can be sold.
PvP enthusiasts will also find some exciting additions in this update. Improved death notifications, Treasure Scamp Drop Boosts, and new rewards, such as three Cyrodiil-based Monster Masks, are now available in PvP content. Home editors will benefit from the inclusion of features like Preview Crown Furnishings, allowing players to visualize how a furnishing would fit into their home before purchasing it, and Inventory Furnishing Placement, which enables players to place items in their homes directly from their inventories and Collections.
The Elder Scrolls Online Update 39 is now available on multiple platforms, including PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, PC, and Mac. Whether you're a new player or a seasoned veteran, these improvements are sure to enhance your gaming experience in Tamriel.
Sources: Bethesda, ZeniMax
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