Elder Scrolls Online's Update 33 Hits Console, But Devs Expect Issues

Based on the PC update launch, the devs expect a few issues with this console version release.

QuintLyn Bowers
By QuintLyn Bowers, News Editor
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ESO Update 33 Console Launch Issues

Today Bethesda and Zenimax have dropped The Elder Scrolls Online's Update 33 on consoles. Based on the update’s PC launch, the game's developers have elected to give console players a warning as to issues that may occur following the update. In all honesty, most of it seems to be stuff we’ve all seen before when games are updated – longer load times for instance.

There are other things of concern, however. These include the maps displaying previously completed POIs as incomplete, the game swapping to first-person view while in third person, and the possibility of being kicked from the game. The first two will see fixes in incremental patches. The last one will require players to submit a ticket if they come across it. The issue will be accompanied by Error 326 and will keep players from being able to log back into that character. (You can see why the ticket is necessary.)

There is good news, however. The post also lists four issues from the PC launch that they don't expect console players to experience. These include long load screens, issues with activity finder queue, crashing on game start and character select, and game settings reverting, so that's a few fewer things console players will have to contend with.

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QuintLyn Bowers
QuintLyn Bowers, News Editor
QuintLyn is a long-time lover of all things video game related will happily talk about them to anyone that will listen. She began writing about games for various hobby sites a little over ten years ago and has taken on various roles in the games community.

Discussion (1)

Flintstone 9 months ago
Nearly done with elden ring and ghostwire is taking a bit but will back in for sure. great game.


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