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A new video for ZeniMax Online Studios’ upcoming PC and next-gen MMORPG The Elder Scrolls Online explores the fundamentals of character progression within the game.

For the most part, the information presented by lead gameplay designer Nick Konkle is familiar stuff to anyone who has played a role-playing game before, let alone an MMORPG. Players will complete quests and kill enemies for experience points that are in term used to grow and expand their characters’ powers and abilities.

The videos touches upon how skill points, morphing (ESO’s fancy term for upgrading), skill lines, and other character progression fundamentals work in the Elder Scrolls MMO.

The Elder Scrolls Online is set to launch on Windows PC, Mac OS X, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One early 2014.

Latest Elder Scrolls Online Video Explores the Basics of Character Progression

By | 12/3/2013 05:04 PM PT

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A new video for ZeniMax Online Studios’ upcoming PC and next-gen MMORPG The Elder Scrolls Online explores the fundamentals of character progression within the game.

For the most part, the information presented by lead gameplay designer Nick Konkle is familiar stuff to anyone who has played a role-playing game before, let alone an MMORPG. Players will complete quests and kill enemies for experience points that are in term used to grow and expand their characters’ powers and abilities.

The videos touches upon how skill points, morphing (ESO’s fancy term for upgrading), skill lines, and other character progression fundamentals work in the Elder Scrolls MMO.

The Elder Scrolls Online is set to launch on Windows PC, Mac OS X, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One early 2014.

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