Bethesda, one of the Zenimax companies that has completed the acquisition process by Microsoft in recent weeks, announced the version of The Elder Scrolls Online PS5 and XSX in a statement. Announcing the game’s next-generation release date as June 8, 2021, the company also released a comparison video. This video compares the current console version of the game with what it will look like in the next generation. The description and comparison video is as follows;
The Elder Scrolls Online coming to PS5 and XSX
We are excited to announce the next-generation version of The Elder Scrolls Online: Powered for Console on Xbox Series X|S and PlayStation 5 on June 8, 2021, which we announced at the Blackwood Chapter Preview Event. Owners or purchasers of The Elder Scrolls Online via PlayStation 4 and Xbox One will receive free access to ESO: Powered for Console.
The ESO: Powered for Console release delivers great improvement in the game’s performance and visuals on Xbox Series X|S and PlayStation 5. Check out the ESO website to see all the new features that will come with the Powered for Console release. For now, here are the boosts players can expect for this June:
Innovations to be made in the next generation
Next Generation Performance
ESO has worked at 30 FPS on consoles in the past, but with the power of the next generation Of Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5, it will work with squeaky 60 FPS in “Performance Mode”. If you’re looking for a visual feast, enjoy natural 4K resolution at 30 FPS with “High Image Quality Mode”.
Increased Drawing Distance
For players who admire the vast beauty of ESO, the game’s drawing distance has almost doubled. This provides an in-depth look at the ever-growing world of Tamriel.
Improved Load Times
To rise to the next generation of power; It means that xbox series X|S and PlayStation 5 load screen times are reduced by an average of half. This allows console gamers to immerse in the glamorous world of ESO with less waiting time.
And MUCH MORE
ESO: Powered for Console version; it brings with it many other changes such as enhanced reflections, shadows, depth of field, updated anti-aliasing with SSGI ambient lighting and pop-up textures. Visit our website for full details.
In the coming weeks until its release on June 8, 2021, we’ll share much more about the ESO: Powered for Console release. Also, as explained in the Blackwood Episode Preview Event, players have to uncover daedric plans and despotical conspiracies to spend the territory, and explore the Prince of Destruction’s connection to his eerie plans for Tamriel. While Blackwood is a story in itself, the events in it will also advance the Oblivion Gates adventure that runs through 2021.
It can also eagerly await the brand new “Companions” System, designed to ensure that players never feel alone in their adventures again, whether playing alone or online with friends. Players can unlock two new companions with the Blackwood main storyline at the outset, where they can choose their own style of play by selecting their equipment and leveling up their abilities. Each comrade has his own personality, loved ones, dislikes and unique chains of duty. Oh, and watch what you do, because your actions will affect your harmony with your comrade.
Want to explore new but familiar lands? Re-travel to iconic The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion, complete with Leyawiin, the blackwood area’s gathering center. Beyond its towering walls, there are three distinct environments filled with the uncanny slaves of Mehrunes Dagon. These environments; Rockgrove is hosting a new 12-player Trial, world bosses, public dungeons, Oblivion Portal World Events and awards.