The Elder Scrolls Online campaigns will feature a soft cap to limit the number of participants from one alliance, allow for lore-based names and more, as highlighted in latest official Ask Me Anything on the game's website
"There's room for overflow that will allow you to join your friends or guild members in an otherwise full campaign, but eventually there is a hard limit to that," the AMA reads. "You'll be able to join campaigns with your friends, but we want to ensure that an alliance can't bring too many additional combatants in and hurt the overall balance."
For those who wish to have lore-based names, character naming conventions allow for more than one space, with a maximum of four hyphens, apostrophes or spaces in total.
The latest AMA also outlines that players can earn many military-themed titles from the PvP ranking system and earn achievements. The PvP system also features campaign leaderboards that are filterable by class, alliance and overall rankings. To find out more about the game's lockpicking, lore and guilds, check out the latest AMA.
The Elder Scrolls Online will be released in 2014 on Windows PC, Mac, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, requiring a $14.99 monthly subscription.
According to Sony's Adam Boyes, publisher Bethesda Softworks wasn't considering a console release for its massively multiplayer online game until Sony approached them.
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