Latest ESO AMA Address Lack Of Single Player Updates & Bots
Zenimax Online Studios today posted the latest Ask Me Anything article for the increasingly popular online MMORPG game, The Elder Scrolls Online, this week addressing concerns from players surrounding a lack of single player content updates and the current situation with bots and gold farmers. The questions were taken from a variety of sources including the community email, recent Twitch.TV live streams and various social media channels.
One of the questions that resonates throughout the community was from an individual named John Adams-Wade, in which he asked why there's a lack of content for the single player ESO fan.
I do occasionally group up with a friend to do quests and the like, but very rarely more than that. From what I can see of Craglorn, everything is group based. While I am happy to see that content come out for the game's longevity, I probably won't see it. Will there be any Veteran content in the future that does not rely on being grouped? – John Adams-Wade
Yes. We’ll continue to add content in the game for all types of players. We may concentrate in the immediate future on “new” content which is four-player or twelve-player group based, but we will have lots of features coming in which benefit all players, including having more varied activities.
Other questions include skill points and potential future updates for The Dark Brotherhood and Thieves guild.
For more information you can read the AMA in full here.