The Elder Scrolls Online gets a next generation upgrade later this year on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X | S. Unveiled during preview of Blackwood Chapter, The Elder Scrolls Online: Console Enhanced will be offered as a free download to those who already own the PS4 or Xbox One versions of the game. The game will see a major graphical overhaul, with improved reflections, shadows and textures, as well as improved drawing spacing. In addition to the announcement, Bethesda released a brand new trailer showing the improvements The Elder Scrolls Online: Console Enhanced, which you will find at the top of this page.
Like so many other games that have received upgrades on next-generation consoles, ESO: Console enhanced will offer two different modes for players to choose from: Performance Mode and Fidelity Mode. Currently, the game performs 30fps on PS4 and Xbox One. Performance mode will increase it to 60 frames per second. Meanwhile, Fidelity Mode will allow native 4K at 30 frames per second.
Of course, one of the biggest stories of the last console generation has been the shortened loading time, and players can expect that from ESO: Console enhanced, too. According to Bethesda, the game̵
All in all, this seems like exciting news to The older one Scrolls online fans! The video released by the company looks nothing short of amazing, and it will be interesting to see how the game actually works after the update. PlayStation fans will also be happy to see that the upgrade comes to the next generation console with all the same improvements, despite Microsoft recently buying Bethesda. It’s clear that the developer will continue to support his games on PlayStation platforms, although it is unclear which future games will be released on them.
The Elder Scrolls Online: Console Enhanced released on PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X | S June 8. You can check out all of our previous coverage of the game here.
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