Elder scrolls online is an online game as it says on the title “elder scrolls online.” However, some there are new players that complain that the game is almost single player than MMO. The game requires internet but a player rarely interacts with other player. It is more like a single player than an MMORPG.
Players are lured by the feature that they actually can actually interact with other elder scrolls player. And interaction, the irony, is rarely done.
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The only interaction is chat box, people shouting, selling and buying elder scrolls online armor sets. Rarely, a real interaction like talking about each other’s lives and having pointless conversation occur. Without pointless conversation, elder scrolls online is just a single player with just a chat box full of people buying and selling stuff. It is like visiting a country market or talking to a vending machine, the only difference is that you have to produce words not just pressing buttons and your product will come out.
Pointless conversation’s root is the game itself. It is where the topic will flourish and after a while, talking about the game, one will start to ask about the other’s personal life, and congratulations for meeting a new friend online.
This kind of conversation lack elder scrolls online. It is always business conversation which is no fun. Pointless conversations maybe a time waster but it is fun. And having fun is the point of the game not to practice business.
Elder scrolls online has this reputation of a boring MMORPG because it lacked player to player conversation. Moreover, it lacked the basic ingredient of an MMORPG which is leveling up with friends and working really hard on a certain elder scrolls online armor.
Without friends in an online game, a player will be bored eventually.