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Elder Scrolls

23 Nov 2020

Elder Scrolls Online: Servers offline for maintenance

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Patch Maintenance

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Expected Time

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What is in the patch?

The Elder Scrolls is a game that continues to capture new players and keep existing ones coming back.

With consistent updates and quick fixes for any issues, it's no surprise to see why!

The latest news from the team shows that the servers are now down in order to perform some maintenance.

Let's take a look now!

Patch Maintenance

The latest maintenance period is now upon us, with patch notes soon to follow we hope!

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IMAGINATION: The game tells an incredible story!

It seems that this maintenance is only for console, as only the console servers have been taken down.

Recently, the PC servers were taken down in order to perform maintenance.

As such, we believe this should be the last patch maintenance for the game's servers for now.

All servers are currently still undergoing maintenance.

Expected Time

According to the Bethesda Patch Notes and Hotfixes website, this maintenance period is expected to last 4 hours.

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The same 4 hour time period goes for the PC/Mac maintenance as well.

For PC/Mac, the start time was 4am EST, or 9am GMT, with the maintenance expected to last 4 hours.

The same four hour length is applied to the console servers, however they started at 6am EST, or 11am GMT.

What is in the patch?

As of right now, we are not certain of what is included in the patch.

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CHANGES TO COME: ES6 is expected to be a game-changer for the genre

The Bethesda support website still quotes nothing as included in today's patch maintenance.

We are sure that, following the maintenance period, a post will be made announcing the changes.

We are sure of this as previous updates and patch maintenance periods have been followed by a post on the patch notes forum.

As soon as we know what has changed in this update, so will you!