The date that The Elder Scrolls Online will meet with PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X / S players has been announced. Accordingly, new generation console owners will have to wait until June for the popular MMORPG game.
Bethesda’s popular MMORPG game The Elder Scrolls Online is getting ready to meet with the next generation consoles. According to shared information, The Elder Scrolls Online, this will be released for both PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X and S. Moreover, those who have the PlayStation 4 or Xbox One version of the game will be able to have the improved new generation version of the game for free.
As you know, the next generation consoles are coming with some hardware upgrades, and the PS5 and Xbox Series S / X versions of The Elder Scrolls Online will also come with improvements that will benefit from these upgrades. The game will have better graphics, higher performance and shorter loading times on the next generation consoles.
The next generation console version of The Elder Scrolls Online, which will be released on June 8, will offer performance gamers a 4K 60 FPS gaming experience. It is stated that the game, which will offer a 4K 30 FPS experience in standard mode, downloads the loading times.
According to the shared show, the PS5 / Xbox Series S / X version of The Elder Scrolls Online will have improved and graphics improvements such as shadows, more realistic background, circular depth of field, high program textures, and improved anti-aliasing. It is also stated that the drawing distance has doubled. For more details, we need to wait for the gameplay videos from the console version to be released.