ESO(Elder Scrolls Online) provide four classes for players, which includes the Dragon knight, Nightblade, Sorcerer, and Templar. Every class is quite different from the others, while players still have a large amount of customization options in spite of which one you select. Since all classes are able to allocate their skill points in the same areas, it makes the decision not as much of a definite one, but also very important. Many players have wasted many ESO gold for not learn about well about this game. Now let us have a look on those chasses that are as follows.
Dragonknight: The warrior, capable of dealing high amount of AoE damage, as well as distinct target damage. Dragonknights are so good at the art of damage and the tanking, but not as effective in a support role. If gamers fell in love with the heavy armor or the heavy weapons, Dragonknights maybe the best choice for you.
Nightblade: This is the class with the rogue, capable of stealth and series burst damage to single targets. As a Nightblade, gamers could assume the character of either DPS or Tank, based on their armor and build. This class is a lot of fun in both PvP and PvE plots, and exteremely powerful when played in proper time and place.
Sorcerer: This class could be the mage, adequate of unleashing strength group controls the effects, and classified magic damage to various foes. And this class is definitely not an ideal choice for a tank, but they could be the most destructive force in PvP mode, and the deal massive numbers of damage in everywhere.
Templar: it is the last class that could be the champion, capable of only about anything, whether it or not be curing and polishing enemies, or on the front lines of battle. Templar’s are famous for being the most all-around class in ESO, which can make the game’s fully customizable skill allocation much fun if you enjoy experimentation.