Shortly after the start of the big PvP event in The Elder Scrolls Online, overflowing servers and other problems arose – much to the annoyance of the players.
On July 20, 2017, the developers of the MMO The Elder Scrolls Online launched the large PvP event “Midyear Mayhem”. But what really should be a great experience for the players, developed quickly to an annoyance.
Shortly after the kick-off for the event, the complaints of the fans piled up: overcrowded instances of Cyrodiil, partial massive lags, long waiting times as well as disconnections caused many players a dash. Sometimes they were not even able to get into their home campaign.
The developer Zenimax Online responded relatively quickly and introduced additional campaigns. However, they were not very well received by the players. The comprehensible reason: with the campaign already started, certain bonuses are connected.
With a small update last Monday, the developer’s next attempt was to relax the situation: Within the framework of a small update, players were given the opportunity to choose a new home or guest campaign free of charge.
PvP campaigns are available as soon as a character reaches Level 10 in The Elder Scrolls Online. Then the players have to decide for a campaign in the Alliance war. They collect points and represent their Alliance. If you need ESO gold or power leveling in game recently, you will want to join in our activity to get the 5% off code and buy cheapest ESO gold on ESO-GOLD. Just mark the time and join in our activity on time.