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The Elder Scrolls Online Dungeons Will Support Both Solo And Group Players

Posted on Tuesday, July 16 @ 08:45:11 Eastern by Keri_Honea

Want to play The Elder Scrolls Online (TESO) but don't really enjoy the concept of playing with other people? According to a recent Q&A with the game's developers, you can get plenty of enjoyment out of TESO and its dungeons.

Most areas will be accessible to all players, no matter if you play alone or with others, but more "dangerous" zones will only be accessbile to groups of players or individual players at high levels.

"The Elder Scrolls Online is set up to be a fluid experience," the post explained. "As you wander the landscape you'll encounter caves, forts, tombs, dungeons, and etc. Certain rare locales will just be for solo players, and some dungeons are meant for groups made only of people you choose to go in with. Most locales, however, will be accessible by everyone. Some might be too dangerous for you because of your current level, but you can always come back when you are more powerful if you want to complete them solo."

Dungeons will also focus more on allowing players to revisit them and enticing players to want to revisit them. For example, some dungeons will feature multiple forks with various entrances and exits. There also will not be any lockout timers.

I must resist TESO as my first MMO. I must resist TESO as my first MMO.

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