Bethesda and Zenimax work hard not to lose players after the sudden closure of Google Stadia. And the “new” landing place is the PC
In an official tweet from Bethsesda, The Elder Scrolls Online confirmed that it will allow the transfer of accounts, saves and progress from the Google Stadia version to the PC.
Bethesda e ZeniMax Online follow what has already been done by other companies that are supporting Stadia players after Google’s shocking announcement of the closure of the cloud streaming service set for January 18, 2023.
Google Stadia is close to shutting down its servers and Bethesda will help The Elder Scrolls Online players migrate to the PC as painlessly as possible
There are many teams and publishers who are working to address this eventuality, such as Ubisoft and Bungie among others, interested in transferring player communities to other platforms in order not to disperse them (or lose them) and Zenimax Online could be one of the most affected companies among themas it counts the MMORPG among its games The Elder Scrolls Online.
It is read in the press release of Zenimax and Bethesda about The Elder Scrolls Online game,
We are happy to announce that Stadia players will be able to transfer their ESO accounts to PC, retaining all progress, including existing characters, purchased items, achievements and inventory. As players on Stadia are already using PC servers, friends and guilds will be ready to wait for them once the transfer is made
Further more detailed information on the transfer procedure will then be specified later, likely in the coming months and by January 2023.
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