Elder Scrolls Online Executive Producer Promises ‘Something Truly Special’ In 2019
As cliché as it sounds, it’s that time of the year again when we look back at what’s happened during the year while also looking forward to the brand new year ahead. The Elder Scrolls Online Executive Producer Rich Lambert’s does exactly that in his latest Creative Director’s Letter.
“2018 has been another great year for ESO. We saw the release of two new DLC dungeon packs with Dragon Bones and Wolfhunter, a new story DLC with Murkmire and, of course, the year’s big Chapter release with Summerset.”
Lambert goes on to thank the development team who he says, “worked their butts off to pack so much into a single year. I’m extremely proud of what we’ve achieved in 2018, and it’s clear that the community appreciates it, too.” He also thanks the entire Elder Scrolls Online community for participating in their events, both in-game and in the real-world.
“These events are important to us because they’re not just a chance to show off our latest content or release, they’re also an opportunity to have some real face time with the people that make ESO such an incredible experience.
When the ESO community works together, for an in-game cause or out, magic happens. Whether it’s guilds dedicated to new or developing players, detailed guides, or kickass streams, I believe we have the most welcoming and dedicated community in online gaming.”
The Elder Scrolls Online will also be turning five years old next year and the dev team has something “special” planned for players.
“2019 is almost upon us, and it’s going to be a huge year for The Elder Scrolls Online. I can’t say too much just yet, and it is incredibly difficult to have to hold back details, but ESO will be 5 years old next year - a huge milestone for us and the community! As such, next year’s story and adventure will be something truly special for all Elder Scrolls Online players. We are so excited to be able to share it with you soon, and we can’t wait to see how you all put all the pieces together starting early next year.”
You can check out the full letter on the Elder Scrolls Online official site.