The Elder Scrolls Online Outage Map
The Elder Scrolls Online is a massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG) developed by ZeniMax Online Studios and published by Bethesda Softworks. Available for Xbox, Playstation and Windows.
The Elder Scrolls Online Most Affected LocationsOutage reports and issues in the past 15 days originated from:
|Frankfurt am Main, Hessen||6|
|Aalen, Baden-Württemberg Region||4|
|Berlin, Land Berlin||3|
|Heilbad Heiligenstadt, Thuringia||3|
|Madrid, Comunidad de Madrid||3|
|Osnabrück, Lower Saxony||2|
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The Elder Scrolls Online Issues ReportsLatest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:
2 months since I stopped playing/subbing to TESO for the first time in over 5 years (13K hours played) due to never-ending performance issues and "meta shift" changes every 3 months. Just thought I'd do my own customer survey since mine seems to have been misplaced.😉 @TESOnline
2 months since I stopped playing/subbing to TESO for the first time in over 5 years (13K Hours) due to never-changing performance issues and insane "meta shifts" every ~3 months. Just thought I'd do my own customer survey since mine seems to have been misplaced. 😉 @TESOnline
Almost 2 months since I stopped playing/subbing to TESO for the first time in over 5 years due to never-changing performance issues and insane "meta shifts" every ~3 months. Just thought I'd do my own customer survey since mine seems to have been misplaced. 😉 @TESOnline
@TESOnline The point is - this should have never happened in the first place if ya.l took the time to test stuff properly before pushing it out to the masses. As a player since launch, the fact that the activity finder is STILL an issue is absolutely unacceptable.
@TESOnline Fix the servers!!!!
Conversion problems with the latest elder scrolls episode. It will likely be YouTube first
@TESOnline 3 years and you always said we "working" on issues nothing happened game still same to me
@DontDoFeelings @TESOnline And I don't experience ANY on pc or xbox as previously mentioned. But you're so quick to assume I'm in the minority instead of yourself. even my potato laptop runs it at 60fps with no issues. 120 on my predator
@ShowakerVRC @TESOnline I don't experience even half the performance issues I do with ESO, with any other games. And again, distrust in the developers due to game-breaking issues being unfixed for literally years. I doubt a cosmetic is high on their priority list. Hopefully they prove me wrong.
@TESOnline Don't worry, I can't even log in to the game atm, I wonder between maintenance, server crashes and log in issues, how much time I've lost from not being able to play, makes me wonder why I pay for eso subscription.
@TESOnline ESO is down again for EU no prime time no events this game is in serious trouble so many problems you're addressing one after another.
@DontDoFeelings @TESOnline gotta love when people blame their performance issues on the game rather than the system. PS4 is notorious for having issues. And yeah I have one and have experienced some of them. the download speeds are the only thing stable about their connections. and again, Temporarily.
@ShowakerVRC @TESOnline Well, then I'd say you're in the minority. I've played for four and a half years on PS4, and have had a plethora of performance issues, far too many to list here. That aside, taking people's money then disabling a costume with no guarantee they'll get it back just isn't right.
@ShowakerVRC @TESOnline I guess you're unfamiliar with the consistent broken promises, refusal to even acknowledge performance issues, let alone fix them. And general distrust the player base has in, quite frankly Zenimax's competence. If they can't fix an Activity Finder, they'll never fix a costume.
@Atlyxx_ @TESOnline Agreed. This is beyond a quality of life issue, though. If you bought a Pepsi, and someone took it from you half way through, and didn't tell you when or even if you'd ever get it back, you wouldn't stand for it. Nor should we stand for this, and I didn't even buy the costume.