The ESO: Blackwood Overview

We feel like we’ve arrived in an entirely another time of The Elder Scrolls history as we’ve returned to the marshes and swamps around the lovely city of Leyawiin. Oblivion was the last time we saw this portion of Tamriel in The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion, which was found in the southeastern part of Cyrodiil. When you look at the timeline, some years before the time Fallout 3 being announced, this is about as accurate as you can get. When one considers that the game offers almost 20 hours of gameplay, excluding the endgame raid material, the humor and callbacks to previous titles seem even more lovable.

Blackwood may have a whole distinct scenery, but it is still very much the same ESO players have become used to.
This expansion doesn’t depart much from the tried-and-true formula zone design that it has built over the last several years after the concluding chapter of the story of Morrowind in 2017. The number of missions, locales, skyshards, world bosses, and a new trial remains unchanged. To this day, the developer, Zenimax Online, remains faultless. However, it is safe to say that the writing in this expansion features far … Read more ...