Elder Scrolls Online has pushed its way back into the spotlight ahead of the release of its all-new chapter, Greymoor. The base game didn’t immediately make waves way back in 2014, but it’s a title that has re-imagined and re-invented itself over the years and become a far stronger game than it was on initial release, with a thriving community and more content than ever.
Last year Bethesda announced that ESO had 13.5 million players and since then the count has grown to over 15 million… that’s a pretty good growth rate for a six-year-old game, right? So, what keeps ESO going strong?
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