The update of the next-generation Elder Scrolls Online was delayed for a week

Bethesda announced that the next-generation update for Elder Scrolls Online will be released within a week.

The developer did that in one Blog post. The Elder Scrolls Online: Console Enhanced was scheduled to release on June 8, but will now be released on June 15.

Bethesda notes that the launch of the next generation has been delayed as a precaution. According to the company, the update should not appear at the same time as Update 30 (Blackwood). When this happened I couldn’t focus enough on both updates.

The Elder Scrolls Online will receive an expansion in the form of Blackwood on June 8 as players travel to Oblivion. However, the story takes place eight hundred years before the events of The Elder Scrolls 4: Oblivion. In the New Territory, MMO players must discover what villain Mehunes Dagon will do and why Longhouse Emperors made a deal with Devil.

The PS5 and Xbox series versions run at 60 frames per second in Performance Mode. However, there is also a Fidelity mode, with the game running at 30 frames per second and 4K resolution. In addition, players can see more details in the distance, load times are also greatly improved and all kinds of graphical improvements are made.

As previously announced, owners of the PS4 or Xbox One versions of mmorpg can download the new version for free.

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