The Elder Scrolls Online: Elsweyr ReviewTime: Jul. 15, 2019 From: SCDKey
Stroll through The Elder Scrolls Online Elsweyr, the ancient home of the felines of Khajiit, and discover the fascinating views from every corner. The leeward deserts rise on both sides of canyons crossed by bridges, called pikes, while in the south wild forests develop.
In each region, the Khmer-inspired ruins fill the landscape, evoking past eras when the Khajiits were not as unpopular as they are today. You will also find extraordinary side quests and play with the new class of outstanding necromancers. All this compensates for the fact that the main story centered on the kite is a big disappointment.
Something as crazy as the penetration of dragons should provide a solid search line, especially with necromancers and their undead acolytes, not to mention the imperial takeover of a key city that left poor citizens Khajiit second-class in their ranks, but the The way Elsweyr packages all this is the root of his problem: he's so busy he can not concentrate.
You would think that anyone in Elsweyr would have little time to worry about the dragons that set fire to the landscape, but in truth, flying monsters are seldom heard unless they participate in the main 10-hour search. Or hunt in the open world.
Dragons need people to fight, and fortunately they are much harder than the Dark Anchors and the Abyssal Geysers. A quick blow to the tail can affect even the highest level player, and survival enough not to be killed by a well-known dragon call can be presented as a badge of honor. The dragons bring a decent booty and have a great experience, but I wish they were more than a repackaging of features that has existed for years.
Although I am expecting more dragons and the main quest, I find it a pleasure to explore Elsweyr.