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Happy new year, everyone! Today, MMOSKY is sharing with you some of The Elder Scrolls Online's improvements for 2020. While ESO is undoubtedly one of the best and most-played MMOs on the market right now, it’s hard to deny that it suffers from some serious technical issues.
In Update 24, which just recently dropped in Q4 of 2019 alongside the Dragonhold story DLC, the focus was on overhauling the game’s memory management and other behind-the-scenes improvements, as well as a total rewrite of the Looking for Group system.
Earlier in 2019 ZeniMax Online outlined their plan for the much-needed ESOperformance improvements, but so far there hasn’t been a dramatically noticeable change. Throughout most of 2019 players have had issues across the entire game world whether it be framerate issues, game crashes, massive slow downs in populated areas, or just bad lag in general. I suggest ZeniMax Online can learn more from Blizzard's WoW in terms of performance improvement.
In Q1 2020 when Update 25 hits (probably around February or March 2020 if past years are any indication) we should see characters and other objects load much more quickly, a big patching overhaul, combat ability improvements, and part one of a large framerate improvement initiative. Notably, multi-threading work should allow game systems to properly utilize multiple cores of a player’s CPU more efficiently, improving the game client’s performance overall.
Another thing worth pointing out is that this means every player across all platforms will have to redownload the game client once Update 25 goes live. If ZeniMax Online allows the game to be updated directly, instead of deleting the game and then downloading it again, because players have their own personalized settings, which means that after re-downloading the game, the player must also reset it. I think this is something that is not very friendly to players.
This update is also expected to kick off the year-long story for the next expansion with two DLC dungeons that will likely take place in the upcoming Skyrim chapter.
Then in Q2 2020 (probably May or June) we’ll see Update 26 for ESO which is focused on more framerate improvements, more combat ability improvements, and server optimization fixes specifically focused on pets and player character loading processes.
ZeniMax Online still don’t have a release date for the Google Stadia version of ESO, but ZeniMax Online has confirmed that it will be crossplay with the PC version.
In short, ZeniMax Online's plans for future updates to The Elder Scrolls Online are commendable. I hope The Elder Scrolls Online will bring more fun to players!
That‘s all about the future upgrades of The Elder Scrolls Online, you can come to The Elder Scrolls Online website to see more details, and welcome to MMosky to Buy ESO gold. The professional services will to your satisfaction.