Enemies will simulate character builds, and they will work together to bring down the players. As for quests, Matt Firor, ESO’s game director, has promised that they’re going to be much richer than your typical MMO fare. TES Online quests will sort of just pop up as you wander about the world, and grant you rewards and items without really having to turn them in.
Set 1,000 years before Skyrim, The Elder Scrolls Online covers the time period from the Oblivion Crisis up to the Empire’s final defeat at the hands of the Aldmeri Dominion. It’s completely open-world, and it will feature pretty much every location ever covered by an Elder Scrolls title. The Empire is in shambles, and everyone’s bickering over who should sit on the throne. Remember how the last Emperor turned into a dragon and died? It’s a long story.
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