When The Elder Scrolls Online launches next year on consoles and PC, one of the things that players can expect is a dungeon that is way different than the ones found in their previous games. Instead of simply having a linear path, the dungeons in ESO will have different branching parts, making it more innovative to explore, thus adding challenges to anyone that tackles it. As for the groups, there are certain ones that can be done solo while others will require a group as tough challenges await inside.
The kinds of dungeons that will be available in ESO varies from caves, shrines, forts, and many more. As always, there will be loots waiting inside. For those who are wondering if there are lockouts on tough dungeons that game’s tough dungeons, Zenimax stated that they currently have no plans to put lockout timers in place. That means players in a group can traverse through the hard-instanced dungeons as many times as they want.
Those who are worried about the MMO aspect of the game, Zenimax guaranteed that will be dungeons that are meant for groups. Those who are not fond of soloing a dungeon will not be left out as different kind of dungeons await to different type of players; whether you prefer soloing or not. Here’s what they have to say:
The Elder Scrolls Online is set up to be a fluid experience. As you wander the landscape you’ll encounter caves, forts, tombs, dungeons, and etc. Certain rare locales will just be for solo players, and some dungeons are meant for groups made only of people you choose to go in with. Most locales, however, will be accessible by everyone. Some might be too dangerous for you because of your current level, but you can always come back when you are more powerful if you want to complete them solo. We recommend grabbing a friend or grouping up with a stranger if it seems too tough, though, because that’s all part of the fun.
There you have it folks! The more I hear about The Elder Scrolls Online, the more excited I get. I hope it’s Spring 2014 already!