Each year, the Elder Scrolls Online team makes a statement. They review what went well and what may have gone wrong, especially since ES O recently celebrated its fifth anniversary. With the end of year message, there was the ESO performance improvement roadmap for 2020. Performance issues became a hot topic for the MMORPG, which led to the unfortunate cancellation from one of its events.
The ESO team is still working on update 24 for the fourth quarter of 2019. This update included a review of memory management and improvements to combat capabilities. Work also continued on a complete rewrite of the “Looking for Group” system. Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare Gamers Really Want To Play Shipment, But They Keep Getting Vacant Instead An additional fix is planned for stability issues specific to PlayStation
The first quarter of 2020 contains update 25. This critical update will require players on each platform to download the game client again. Players should expect long download times during this period. This drawback has certain advantages. Characters and devices will load faster, more combat ability improvements, as well as the first set of frame rate improvements.
Update 26 arrives in Q2 2020 with even more stability and server optimization planned. The second phase of the frame rate improvements comes with the third phase of the combat capability improvements. Unfortunately, there are no updates for Q3 and Q4 yet. The next set of updates will be uploaded to the website in 2020. Along with the roadmap for improving performance, a letter from creative director Rich Lambert has been sent. The year celebrated “the year of the dragon”, with several events and new content. Wrathstone, Elsweyr, Scalebreaker and Dragonhold have woven a story together.