The Elder Scrolls Online: New Free Update Releases Alongside High Isle Chapter

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High Isle, the newest chapter of The Elder Scrolls Online, has been released recently.

This particular chapter introduces players to the much-talked-about Systres Archipelago. For the uninitiated, the Bretons’ home is referred to as the Systres Archipelago. Along with this new chapter, the gaming publisher has also rolled out a new update under the title Update 34. This update has been introduced in the base game, which essentially means it is accessible to each and every Elder Scrolls Online player.

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The massive success received by The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim gave publishers the confidence to come up with The Elder Scrolls Online. The game was officially launched in the year 2014 and since then, it has received several important updates. The developing team has consistently worked towards bringing improvements and interesting elements to the game to keep the players hooked.

With The Elder Scrolls Online, the publisher made an attempt to offer the players a unique gameplay experience. The game comprises of some elements from the earlier Elder Scroll games like stealing and sneaking. It is also known for its free-form character build system that enables players to experience a variety of play styles. Each of the expansions in the game brings to the fore brand new developments in the story and gives players the opportunity to explore several new regions.

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The arrival of The Elder Scrolls Online: High Isle has led to the emergence of a new story chapter in the game. It has also introduced a new region to the gameplay. Update 34, which has been released as a free update, has brought in new features that should appeal to players across different age groups.

One of the most exciting new features in the game has been a technology called FidelityFX Super Resolution (FSR) 1.0 by AMD. This particular technology leads to a significant enhancement in the player’s gaming experience. When AMD FSR joins forces with Temporal Anti-Aliasing, players who have older GPUs get the opportunity to play the game at higher frame rates. It enables players to enhance their graphics quality without compromising their overall performance.

Players can now go to the Audio Settings tab and change the music accompanying the title screen as per their wish. They can borrow a track from any of the chapters and use it with the title screen. One of the interesting additions to the game is a new Accessibility Mode. Players have been given the opportunity to use the keyboard or the D-pad to navigate across the Pre-Game UI screens.

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