Most of us are guilty of this: looting like criminals in the Elder Scrolls games. We’ve all done it once or twice, because there’s just something so fulfilling about stealing a sweet roll from a guard. This article will cover looting and plundering for ESO account holders.
Living like a Criminal on your ESO Account
After finally installing the game and logging on to your Elder Scrolls Online account, most of us would excitedly jump to the early level quests; however, there are some of us who want a little ‘criminal’ fun – or trolling, as they would say. The looting, stealing, plundering system is finally here, and with it, the game makes far more sense than it did before. Before, the game had an Auto Assault like tendency to just collect random things throughout the world without consequence, and that felt quite off, especially with TESO account fans who have been playing the franchise.
Looting Fun on your ESO Account
With the bounty system in place, it all makes more sense, and that’s amazing, really! MMOs have to have these concepts baked into them now for the game to be successful. One of the interesting components of this update and the mechanics involved is that it is tightly knit with the lore, considering the thieves guild is such a strong part of the world of ESO. Still, the stealing system can be described as a bit clunky, in the sense that if you want to steal then that’s your only task in the game.
Laundering Goods on your ESO Account
There isn’t a way yet to launder your goods and having stolen goods on you makes you a target no matter what on your ESO account. You have to basically head straight for a major city and sell the items. In any case, the game somehow is a lot more entertaining than before. It still doesn’t compare to WoW as the MMO of the century, but it’s definitely fun to play and the rebalancing of the skills has made combat so far much more interesting.