Three tracks of content to play through.
By Tim Colwill on June 14, 2013 at 6:38 pm
An unnamed Bethesda employee, speaking to Massively, has revealed that The Elder Scrolls Online will have a sort of ‘New Game+’ feature once you’ve hit level cap.
“You can level all the way from 1 to 50 with your character; that’s 140 to 150 hours of content,” said the employee. “Once you get to level 50, maybe you don’t want to participate in the PvP endgame or you’re not interested in group dungeons, but you really want to play more of the game. You can take the character and go back through the other alliances, but all of the content is scaled to level 50.”
Reportedly, players who finish this second alliance can then restart the game again with the final remaining alliance, but everything is even harder again.
“We call it “50+” and “50++.” Basically there are two additional tracks of content you can use with each character.”
“We let you continue to progress because the skill system is really open-ended. When you hit level 50, you’ve probably maxed 20% of the skills in the game. If you want to keep making your character stronger without PvP or dungeons, that’s a really good way to do it.”