I am wondering when The Elder Scrolls Blades gets at any point. It’s just boring. The only positive I can imagine is that it looks GREAT. But The Elder Scrolls Blades Gold play is a complete snore – and there is nothing which makes me want to keep on playing The Elder Scrolls Blades. I really don’t care about the town or rebuilding it that’s boring. The dungeons are all – that you get started noticing after 2-3 dungeons. The combat is terrible. The character leveling choices are not interesting in any way whatsoever.I’m just fighting to see how anybody designing The Elder Scrolls Blades really believed it was worth putting out. I’m level 8 and also have little interest in continuing to play with it. Although, I’ve had a couple of men and women say (but not elaborate) it got better after level 10. I don’t see how it can unless they change the way the game works.
I and it’s sad to find that the direction gaming is moving. The gaming community seems to becoming more and more inpatient and looking for fast gratification by gambling real money on this type of stuff. Real cash for shortcuts. Purchasing equipment which you’re supposed to work for in game.Not attempting to be a hater, but here is some feedback: loot boxes are the bane of the gaming industry. People loath them and also the fact you’re expressing so much pleasure from a glorified gaming system is. Imagine if a kid is viewing this and does not know any better so ESO Blades Items then spends countless bucks on the program because he/she saw just how much pleasure you have from it. Your description makes it look as if you are interested in an open discussion about the monetization – which is fine and admirable.