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DroidKnight said:
vivster said:

Next year will be better if they shut down Fallout 76, Blades and ESO by then.

Though not to sound too negative I still got my so far highlight out of their show and that's Ghostwire. I hope they'll get that one done before TES6.

I've been playing everyday for the past year, trying to get all the achievements, and ESO is always packed.  So much so that it still lags the servers.  Also read that ESO picked up another 2.5 million players just in the past year (not free trials).  I don't know about 76, I won't touch it.  

Over on Xbox One right now, ESO is at #25 on XB1's most played games list. To put that into perspective, ESO is ranked higher than DICE's Battlefield V, which released just a half a year ago. 

Meanwhile Fallout 76 is ranked at #35 on the list, and is ahead of games such as Halo 5, SW Battlefront 2, Warframe, Gears of War 4, and Battlefield 1. 

Basically both games are still quite popular and aren't going anywhere anytime soon. Fallout 76 will likely climb even higher on the list after the Battle Royale update and the NPC updates later this year. ESO might climb some as well. 



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I'm thinking about trying out ESO. Don't know if i should get into it.



My Total Sales prediction for PS4 by the end of 2021: 110m+

When PS4 will hit 100m consoles sold: Before Christmas 2019

There were three ravens sat on a tree / They were as blacke as they might be / The one of them said to his mate, Where shall we our breakfast take?


0D0 said:
I'm thinking about trying out ESO. Don't know if i should get into it.

I'm playing it my second time.   The first time I played on PS4 for 11 months.  3 months playing it like a single player game and 8 months doing the multi-player campaign.  I started from scratch May of last year on Xbox and have only been playing the game as a single player style to knock out all of the story quests and side quests.  Crafting has become one of my favorite aspects this time through.

If you decide to play it, a major tip I can offer is to create several characters at the beginning (you can delete them later) to use as mules to store inventory in.  This game offers tons of value for the price.  I wouldn't even worry about getting the DLC's yet.  You can grab base game for like 10 bucks. Also be sure to log in everyday to get a free daily rewards, and do the crafting writs daily.



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DroidKnight said:
0D0 said:
I'm thinking about trying out ESO. Don't know if i should get into it.

I'm playing it my second time.   The first time I played on PS4 for 11 months.  3 months playing it like a single player game and 8 months doing the multi-player campaign.  I started from scratch May of last year on Xbox and have only been playing the game as a single player style to knock out all of the story quests and side quests.  Crafting has become one of my favorite aspects this time through.

If you decide to play it, a major tip I can offer is to create several characters at the beginning (you can delete them later) to use as mules to store inventory in.  This game offers tons of value for the price.  I wouldn't even worry about getting the DLC's yet.  You can grab base game for like 10 bucks. Also be sure to log in everyday to get a free daily rewards, and do the crafting writs daily.

Single player? Really? That's great to hear. I thought this game was online multiplayer only.



My Total Sales prediction for PS4 by the end of 2021: 110m+

When PS4 will hit 100m consoles sold: Before Christmas 2019

There were three ravens sat on a tree / They were as blacke as they might be / The one of them said to his mate, Where shall we our breakfast take?


0D0 said:
DroidKnight said:

I'm playing it my second time.   The first time I played on PS4 for 11 months.  3 months playing it like a single player game and 8 months doing the multi-player campaign.  I started from scratch May of last year on Xbox and have only been playing the game as a single player style to knock out all of the story quests and side quests.  Crafting has become one of my favorite aspects this time through.

If you decide to play it, a major tip I can offer is to create several characters at the beginning (you can delete them later) to use as mules to store inventory in.  This game offers tons of value for the price.  I wouldn't even worry about getting the DLC's yet.  You can grab base game for like 10 bucks. Also be sure to log in everyday to get a free daily rewards, and do the crafting writs daily.

Single player? Really? That's great to hear. I thought this game was online multiplayer only.

Everyone is still there but you can ignore them and just play the way you want to play. 



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The shittiest company in gaming hadbthe shittiest presentation, every time Todd Howard opens his fucking mouth to Tell bullshit i have this Rage inside me i just wanted to slap the shit of that lying bastard.



 

bethesda will not show anyhting substantial of their new ips/sequels until next gen consoles pop up and are officially announced.



Sorry for Necro'ing this, but I just had to after I found this song:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YPN0qhSyWy8