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Game news The Elder Scrolls Online: Bethesda postpones Gates of Oblivion event
On December 11, Bethesda announced that an event dedicated to the new chapter of The Elder Scrolls Online would take place on January 21. However, the studio has decided to postpone the broadcast, which is supposed to tell us more.
Indeed, the presentation of The Elder Scrolls Online: The Gates of Oblivion will finally take place on January 26 at 11 p.m. (French time). Bethesda explains that this postponement is due to the investiture day of Joe Biden, which will take place the day before, January 20. Asked about the consequences of this lag on the rest of the world by a user, Bethesda replied that a vast majority of employees live and work near Washington DC, and that due to recent events which took place at the Capitol, it is better to play it safe. We will therefore have to wait a few more days to find out more, and perhaps take note of the release date of the content, until then very mysterious.
Given recent events, we are opting to play it safe. We have players all over the world, but the majority of our employees live and work near the capital.
— The Elder Scrolls Online (@TESOnline) January 13, 2021
Question: (…) A country has an event the previous day and the rest of the world has to wait longer? Is the majority of your player base really in the United States?
Answer: In view of recent events, we have chosen to play it safe. We have players all over the world, but the majority of our employees live and work near the capital.
By MalloDelic, Journalist globelivemedia.com
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