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The Elder Scrolls Online: Console Enhanced release pushed back one week

The Elder Scrolls Online: Console Enhanced is supposed to come out this month, bringing fans of the console version the ideal experience. The MMO has been so PC-focused for so long that console players have been waiting for better versions of the game.

The Elder Scrolls Online: Console Enhanced edition was set to launch on PS5 and Xbox Series X on June 8 alongside the new Blackwood expansion on PS4 and Xbox One. That would bring out a bunch of new content around the world of Tamriel and the various plots and schemes of Mehrunes Dagon. This new expansion is pretty hotly anticipated by fans.

And not only are there a bunch of new quests, we’re also getting  two new Companions to go into battle with. But it’s not all good news.

However, “out of an abundance of caution,” the team has decided to move the release back one week.

The delay has come about as a result of the increased workload from a variety of SKUs for the expansion. The release on PC and all currently supported consoles is a ton of work. And likely it has also created a ton of issues and bugs. It’s very ambitious to bring about so many versions of any game. The developers have likely run into some issues that they need a little time to smooth over.

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