During QuakeCon this week, Zenimax Online hosted a panel discussing the future of The Elder Scrolls Online and during it the developer showed off three new zones and the upcoming Justice system.
At the panel Zenimax Online showed off three new zones that will be added to the game in the future: the Imperial City, the Murkmire adventure zone, and Wrothgar/Orsinium.
As well as this, the developer offered a first look at the Justice system. When this system is implemented players will no longer be able to simply take items in the game world, they will instead have to steal them. If players are caught they must either pay a bounty—clearing all stolen items from their inventory—or flee and fight. There’s also the ability to murder NPCs, but again if they’re caught there’s two choices: pay up, or flee and fight. Finally, there’s a player bounty system that allows other players to bring those who have broken the law to justice.
Bethesda recently added The Elder Scrolls Online’s standard and Imperial Editions to Steam. The game will be available on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One either late 2014 or early 2015.