The Elder Scrolls Online Patch Fixes Quest “Blockers”

Including a few more fixes.

Posted By | On 30th, Apr. 2014

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According to a post on the forums of TES Online, the latest patch for the PC MMO fixes some issues that have been frustrating several fans. The most major change is that the patch will remove the lower level requirements for five main quests in the game- previously, you couldn’t do the game’s main quests until you were a certain level. Now, those requirements have been lifted, and some side quests have been modified in a way that will see the NPCs spawning at the correct locations and actually helping with the battle like proper AI.

A full list of patch notes is available on the forums (linked above) but four other Guild quests and 13 others have also received changes that see several quest breaking issues fixed.

Patch 1.0.6 also adds several other changes, like timers and features to aid in the fight against gold harvesting bots.

You can take a look at the full list of patch notes through the link above and for further reading check out our complete guide and review for the game.

Stay tuned for more info.


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