The Elder Scrolls Online community has received a new letter from Rich Lambert (the Executive Producer of ESO). In this letter, the readers are invited to take a look back at 2018 and to see the Elder Scrolls Online’s successful accomplishments, amazing events and more. All of these were listed in a small but interesting paragraph. He even reveals something in the coming 2019. “but ESO will be 5 years old next year – a huge milestone for us and the community! As such, next year’s story and adventure will be something truly special for all Elder Scrolls Online players.” It contained some information. But now everything is still under wrap.
We can even confirm that this game would be different than ever from this letter, cause it promises that devs will “be able to share it with you soon” and the team is looking forward to how the community “puts all the pieces together starting early next year”.
We constantly challenge ourselves to create content that provides compelling new stories, visuals, and challenges, while at the same time giving you the chance to delve into the heart and soul of the many different peoples and cultures that reside in Tamriel. Both Summerset and Murkmire are worlds apart from the locations you have already explored in The Elder Scrolls Online, and it’s both humbling and extremely gratifying for us to see just how much you all love these new adventures. Thank you!
I’d also like to extend a big “thank you” to everybody here at ZOS who worked their butts off to pack so much into a single year, I’m extremely proud of what we’ve achieved in 2018, and it’s clear that the community appreciates it, too.
Speaking of the ESO community, 2018 was also a great year for meeting and engaging with you, the players. Starting with the Twitch Livestream announcing Summerset, we had a blast showcasing ESO and talking with the community at PAX East, PAX West, E3, QuakeCon, Gamescon, Twitchcon, RPC, PAX Australia, and, for the first time, Armageddon in New Zealand. These events are important to us because they’re not just a chance to show off our latest content or release, they’re also an opportunity to have some real face time with the people that make ESO such an incredible experience.
We also loved seeing everybody come together for the year’s different in-game events, including all the amazing community responses we saw to Summerfall and the addition of Indriks and Indrik Feathers in Q4. When the ESO community works together, for an in-game cause or out, magic happens. Whether it’s guilds dedicated to new or developing players, detailed guides, or kickass streams, I believe we have the most welcoming and dedicated community in online gaming. #ESOFam isn’t just a catchy hashtag, it’s a truth in our community, and it is something very special to all of us here at ZOS.