Due to servers being taken offline to address bugs and other issues, players will be receiving extra game time.
After issues with gold spamming and other bugs which made developer ZeniMax Online Studios disable the servers for The Elder Scrolls Online, director Matt Firor has revealed in an open notice that players will receive an additional five days of game time.
“Fixing these problems required us to take the megaservers offline, costing players time in the game. In recognition of this experience and to show our gratitude to everyone who supported the launch, we are giving an additional five days of included game time to every ESO player who set up an active account prior to 8pm EDT Thursday May 1st and who are currently enjoying their 30 days of included game time.
“If you’re eligible to receive the five additional days, a confirmation will be sent to your account’s registered email address. This is a small gesture to show our thanks for being part of the ESO community while we work to make this extraordinary game and service even better.”
Firor also revealed his thoughts on the negative reviews the game has received as well as what the Craglord update will be bringing to the game.