The following is a summary of the crafting and housing related changes included in this #ESOTU patch for the PC and Mac. Fix for the inventory capitalization issue and NPC fix. No crafting or housing related changes.
The Elder Scrolls Online v2.7.14 is a small incremental patch that fixes two issues that were introduced after last week’s patch. Alessio Guillon, who grants the quest Missing Prophecy, has found his pants, grown in his hair and eyebrows, and is now more talkative. We also fixed the issue where many items had lowercase letters when they should be capitalized. The size of this patch is 104MB.
The following is a summary of the crafting and housing related changes included in this #ESOTU patch for the PC and Mac. No crafting or housing related changes.
The Elder Scrolls Online v2.7.13 is a small incremental patch that fixes the issue with Bolt Escape not functioning properly, and an issue originating from Unicode Windows login names.
In addition to these two fixes, you can also kick-off the ESO: Morrowind storyline right now by embarking on a new prologue quest, “The Missing Prophecy.” This quest can be picked up from any Inn and will send you on a mission to track and defeat bandits and Daedra, and in the process, uncover a terrifying prophecy that leads directly to the events of ESO: Morrowind. Upon completion of the quest, you’ll receive the Twilight Shard memento that produces a dazzling tribute to Azura.
The following is a summary of the crafting related changes included in this #ESOTU patch for the PC and Mac. Fix: Master Writ quests would advance even if the crafted item did not match the required Item Set.
The Elder Scrolls Online v2.7.12 is a small incremental patch that fixes an issue with Master Writs, a delve boss found in Craglorn, and also removes some premature text from the Bank Space upgrade item. The size of this patch is approximately 284MB.
FIXES & IMPROVEMENTS, BASE GAME PATCH
Crafting & Economy Master Writs
Fixed an issue where, in some cases, Master Writ quests would advance even if the crafted item did not match the required Item Set.
UI Crown Store
Fixed an issue where the description for the Bank Space upgrade from the Crown Store stated that ESO Plus members would receive double bank space. This is a feature that is being added to our next major update, and is not yet live yet.
The ESO Jester’s Festival occurs late March and Early April and it is an event you do not want to miss. In addition to being fun, there are several event-only items that are highly prized by ESO players. For example, the Dubious Crone Recipe was in high demand by Stamina Characters for it’s stamina resource bonuses and prices on the North American Server in 2017 exceeded 250,000g.
By decree of your most majestic majesties,
From the depths of their magnificent magnanimity,
Today begins a rule of foolishness and frivolities!
Abolished are concerns of toil, tax, and responsibility,
For this silly season of winsome glee! — Jester’s Festival Invitation Scroll
The Jester's Festival begins on Thursday, March 29 at 10:00AM EDT and will run until Monday, April 2 at 10:00AM EDT. If you want to take part in the silly season, make your way to the pavilions located outside the cities of Ebonheart, Vulkhel Guard, and Daggerfall.
The following is a summary of the crafting related changes included in this #ESOTU patch for the PC and Mac. Unlike previous weeks, I’m posting the entire patch notes this week. Wondering what’s in the latest patch, so am I.
This patch largely contains a number of fixes for unreleased and future content that is not yet available, including things for future in-game holidays and events, so don’t worry! You’ll see it one day. We are still working on fixes for a number of reported issues including those with the Grouping Tool, issues surrounding Bolt Escape, and more. The size of today’s patch is approximately 1GB in size.