New Elder Scrolls Online Update Is 37GB on Xbox One, Adds Huge Amount of Content

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Elder Scrolls Online has received a very substantial update coming in at roughly 37GB on Xbox One and 24.8GB on PS4. The PC patch rolls in at 208MB. 

The console update introduces the Clockwork City, with new quests, two new world bosses and two delves. There’s also 12 new item sets, two new Motifs, 200 new furnishings and much more. 

Bethesda has also worked on additional support for the Xbox One X, resulting in much better performance overall, with shorter loading screens and better frame-rates. 

In addition to this, for any players who own the Morrowind expansion, you will have access to a new Battleground game mode: “Crazy King.” The aim of the game is to “seize a capture point location that jumps randomly around the map.”

There are also a number of fixes and changes included in this new update. 

For the rundown on what the Xbox One 37GB update includes, see below (or click here for PS4 and here for PC patch notes):

  • New Features / Updates / Big Changes
    • Clockwork City
    • Morrowind
    • Horns of the Reach
    • Base Game Update
  • Fixes & Improvements
    • Morrowind
    • DLC Game Packs
      • Dark Brotherhood
      • Horns of the Reach
      • Imperial City
      • Orsinium
      • Thieves Guild
    • Combat & Gameplay
      • Combat Balance
      • Combat Fixes & Improvements
      • Itemization Balance
      • Itemization Fixes & Improvements
    • Base Game Patch
      • Art & Animation
      • Audio
      • Combat & Gameplay
      • Crafting & Economy
      • Crown Store & Crown Crates
      • Dungeons & Group Content
      • Exploration & Itemization
      • Housing
      • Miscellaneous
      • Quests & Zones
      • UI
  • Known Issues

If you’d like to view the full list of Xbox One patch notes, please click here.

What do you think to this mammoth update? Let us know below.

In other updates news, a new patch for WWE 2K18 is rolling out, a new Xbox One update is now available to Alpha Ring Insider members, and a Destiny 2 hotfix addresses the “hitching issues” caused by the previous update.

Source: Elder Scrolls Online (Official)

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