The Elder Scrolls Online Comes Back to Xbox Cloud Gaming

The Elder Scrolls Online

Earlier this year, developer ZeniMax Online Studios had to pull their MMO The Elder Scrolls Online from the Xbox Cloud Gaming catalog. According to the team, the game suffered many issues on Xbox’s cloud ecosystem. Those with an active Game Pass Ultimate subscription, could still download the game on their devices and play locally. For a long time, Stadia was the only way to enjoy the game via cloud gaming. This made it one of the most popular titles there.

As of today, the game seems to have found its way back to Xbox Cloud Gaming. Just in time before Stadia’s imminent shutdown next month. Game Pass Ultimate subscribers get access to the base game and the Morrowind Chapter. Join over 18 million players in the award-winning online multiplayer RPG and experience an ever-expanding story in a persistent Elder Scrolls world.

Keep in mind, however, that if you used to play on Stadia, you won’t be able to carry your progress. The Stadia build of the game was based on the PC one, thus sharing characters and expansions was possible. The Xbox Cloud Gaming version is based on the Series X|S versions, so cross progression is not possible. Still, if you want to keep playing and don’t mind a fresh start, this might be the way to go. All you need is a Game Pass Ultimate subscription and a compatible device.

Have you played The Elder Scrolls Online,r are you planning to join the adventure via Xbox Cloud? Let us know in the comments below or in our social network profiles!



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