Elder Scrolls Online Weekly: Character Creation and Interview Recap

This week we take a look at the brand new character creation video that just came out and showcases the vast amount of customization we have. After that, we recap our own exclusive interview with had with ZOS’s Lead Gameplay Designer, Nick Konkle!


6 Comments

  1. Nick Aday October 18, 2013 4:30 pm 

    What I want to see is Racial Dances. The reason is if you have played TOR all the people did the same dance. And it would be nice to see an Argonian or a High Elf showing their culture through movement.

  2. Paul October 18, 2013 8:16 pm 

    Two things.One there should be dialing and an arena. Mainly though there should be an arena because it would put eso on the map as a potential esport. The second thing is there should be atl-atls as a ranged weapon, because it an atl-atl would really show a more primitive side of Born. and as always… FOR THE QUEEN!

    • Paul October 18, 2013 8:17 pm 

      dueling**

  3. jon October 19, 2013 6:27 am 

    Comment on the question, Will there be other ways to level up. I thought he meant since its elder scrolls, you might not have to even talk to a quest giver. Just wander, kill wolves, cut wood, pvp and clear dungeons and voila, level 50. I’ve seen some videos of people in Skyrim not touch the main questline or never kill a dragon or even be a pacifist. Just my thought.

  4. victor October 19, 2013 1:58 pm 

    If they don’t intend to release patches regulary, then why even go with a subscription model? Paying regularly only makes sense if you’re paying for a content that keeps coming every month or so, but since they’ll only be releasing big DLCs once in a while, wouldn’t it make more sense to pay for a first release of a game, and then for each DLC individually?

  5. texawegian October 19, 2013 2:51 pm 

    “slashes in o’s” – lol guys … ø is a scandinavian letter – hard to spell the pronunciation but it’s not the sound you made … bjørn (means bear in english) is a very common nordic name …

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