Elder Scrolls Online developer Zenimax Online recently confirmed with Forbes that MMORPG will soon be cross-played on PC, Mac and Google Stadia. A spokesperson said that this crossover game works like "The Elder Scrolls Online", how it allows players who use Steam and players who use the game's own launcher to play together on the same server, and within the same account. ESO Gold is common to many platforms. It's unclear whether this feature will be used for PS4 or Xbox One, but developers realize that their community is asking for it. The latest extension to Elder Scrolls Online, Elsweyr, is now available for all of these platforms.
Although Elder Scrolls Online will not be one of the first games offered by Stadia Pro subscribers, Zenimax Online plans to support as much support on the platform as it does on PCs and Macs. Cross-competition between these three platforms will give developers an idea of how much the community will be biased toward the feature and what traffic the server can expect before implementing the console as a cross-competitive metric. During E3 2019, Zenimax Online Creative Director Rich Lambert specifically pointed out that the team realized the community's interest in cross-matching, which is the first step towards achieving this goal.
Elder Scrolls Online will not support Google Stadia at launch, but Zenimax Online intends to release MMORPGs on the platform later in 2020. Similar to the Steam and ESO launcher models for PC and Mac cross playback. Elsweyr brings the player housing to ESO, so we look forward to using The Elder Scrolls Online Gold to show our beautiful homes to our friends through cross-playing when the feature is implemented.
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