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Get Set For The Elder Scrolls Online Upgrade

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We’ve heard that Zenimax Online Studios, the developer of Elder Scrolls Online, is working on bringing performance improvements to the game, so fans better pay close attention to this. While the game runs pretty well considering the graphics pushed, Elder Scrolls Online is an MMORPG where hundreds of players can potentially join in the same fight while roaming the PvP region of Cyrodiil.

For instance, during an ESO Live stream on Twitch they announced to be working on a DirectX 12 upgrade for the PC version of Elder Scrolls Online. While there is no ETA yet, they expect performance improvements, which makes sense with the greatly increased ability to handle draw calls under DX12.

In the meantime, the next major update due to go live alongside the Thieves Guild DLC (scheduled for release on March 7 for PC&Mac, March 22 for Xbox One and March 23 for PlayStation 4) will also add a 64 bit client on PC&Mac, which should also help solve some performance issues. Are you excited for it already?