Today, Bethesda revealed what the first micro-transaction items for the Elder Scrolls Online will be. In an interview with ZAM, director of the game Matt Firor said:
At launch we’re going to have two items: the ability to upgrade to the Imperial Edition, and an entry level horse (Palomino colored).
The horse you get in both purchases is functionally the same, but the Imperial Edition is the only way to ever get the White horse. We have the Palomino horse available to allow players to purchase a basic mount without purchasing the entire Imperial Edition.
There you have it, the horse will be the first available micro-transaction for the Elder Scrolls Online. If you have enough money left after purchasing some of the greatest games of March and getting the Elder Scrolls Online, then you can spend it on the Palomino Horse.
However, there was no information given on what the new Horse will cost. We just hope that Bethesda has learnt from their past experiences with The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion.
Moreover, the developer shared some information about the adventure zones, how the social engine will work, how skill tree works and how PVP and PVE will play out in the final build of the game.
The Elder Scrolls Online is scheduled to release for the Windows PC on April 4th. The Xbox One and PlayStation 4 version of the game will be released later in June.
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