According to the latest ESO News, the developer of “The Elder Scrolls Online,” already confirmed that it will bring the massively multiplayer online role-playing video game to next-generation consoles this year. But ahead of PlayStation 4 and Xbox One gamers, more details on Esozone.org.
The game developer decided to remove the original subscription plan to start offering the optional, premium membership called ESO Plus. The new subscription plan comes with an updated pricing model, as well as a lot of new features, including several original contents like the missions, arena, as well as the latest high level areas.
Also, the new subscription plan comes with “The Elder Scrolls’” idea of a justice system, where players can break the law and opt to be a criminal that the guards can arrest. It also includes a new set of daily challenges and dungeon scaling in the new subscription type.
Press and Update further explained the new justice system that was launched in the new type of subscription. Although the game developer dubbed it as a justice system in “Elder Scrolls Online,” it is actually created to break the law. This is perfect for those who enjoy doing various crime in the fantasy world, such as stealing from the other players, mugging items from the NPC, as well as killing others if they want to. Players can continue to do crimes as long as they will not get caught, since it will be hard for them to escape the Tamriel authorities once they are trapped.
All these contents are available for the PC and Mac versions, but it will also be brought to the consoles as soon as “The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited” rolls out to the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 platforms on June 9.