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ESO Questions

vtravivtravi Member UncommonPosts: 387
Hello, I played ESO a while back and really didn't enjoy it even though I love the ES series. I Know they have added alot since I had played it so I was wondering if I would like it more now. Here are my questions:

1. Are the landscape mobs still faceroll? While I love MMO questing, if the mobs are too easy it takes the fun out of getting better gear and making your character stronger. Why bother if everything is so easy. I am not looking for Dark Souls but at least be like WoW Classic...

2. Are there group quests and does it have group content while leveling, or is it more of a solo leveling experience

3. Are the instances somewhat challenging?

4. Are there PvE and PvP servers or are everyone on the same server?

Those are my main questions. Leveling is my favorite part of MMO's and most are dreadfully boring now because they are way too easy. Just checking to see if this is more of the same. 

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  • ScorchienScorchien Member LegendaryPosts: 7,823
    1.yes
    2.its still a solo experience
    3.at Vet they start to get challenging before that no tank or Healer needed .. Faceroll DPS
    4. 1 server .. Cyrodill is PVP instanced zone ..
    Rungar
  • vtravivtravi Member UncommonPosts: 387
    Ok thx for info. Not a game for me still.
  • KyleranKyleran Member LegendaryPosts: 37,702
    5. The monetization model is.. annoying.


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