ZeniMax and Bethesda finally released the Elder Scrolls Online for PS4 and Xbox One, opening the doors to Tamriel for console gamers across the planet. Now that the highly anticipated game is live, we want to offer some Elder Scrolls Online tips to those who are looking to quickly level their character.
After several delays and a ton of hype, Elder Scrolls Online for PS4 and Xbox One is finally here and players from around the world are now able to pick their race, choose their faction, and quest in a massive open-world that’s full of exciting quests, monsters, loot, and more.
There are a ton of components to the game but one of the most basic and most important is the leveling system. Once you create your character and enter Tamriel, you’ll be at level one. Level one zones are full of level one loot, quests and monsters. Once you start leveling up your character and your traits, you’ll be able to use better gear, take on deadlier opponents, and enter new zones with new quests and characters.
Not everyone will want to power level or push through the game at a rapid pace but if you’re looking to power level or you’re simply looking to catch up to your friends, there are some ways to level up your characters skills and traits in an efficient and speedy manner.
We’ve been playing Elder Scrolls Online since its release for PC last year and over time we, and many others, have come up with some tips that should help you level faster in Elder Scrolls Online for PS4 and Xbox One. Some of these tips are more involved than others but they’re all worth a look if you’re looking to gain an edge in the race to the next level.Today we will focus on the Mount.
Improve Your Mount
Bethesda and ZeniMax have created a massive world for you to enjoy. Tamriel is huge but so are its various zones. And while you’ll be able to fast travel between certain points, you’re still going to be doing a lot of running around. That’s what makes your mount extremely important to your character and leveling up said character.
If you buy the Elder Scrolls Imperial Edition, you’ll be able to immediately head to a stable and purchase the White Imperial Horse for a single gold piece. This saves you the trouble of tracking down gold in game to buy a common horse. Common mounts cost 17,000+ gold so you probably won’t be able to buy one right away.
The Elder Scrolls Online Imperial Edition upgrade isn’t free but this horse will serve you well in lower levels if you’re trying to progress quickly because it allows you to travel to points of interest and waypoints more quickly than if you’re simply running around on foot.
mperial Edition or not, you’ll be able to upgrade your mount by feeding it. Different food nets you different gains. Here’s how it breaks down:
Apples – will increase the movement speed of your mount.
Hay – will increase the overall stamina which in turn allows it to sprint for a longer period of time.
Oats – will allow you to carry more items in your inventory which is key if you plan on leveling up your crafting skills.