ESB Gold only seems like a terrible business decision, with all the crap going on in the video game industry lately; this is a golden opportunity for Bethesda to earn some goodwill in their consumers, particularly after the continuing Fallout 76 fiasco, and they screwed it up big time. How does the song go? Know when to hold em, know when to fold em, know when to walk away, and know when to run.the video game business is quite fascinating. It disturbs me just how long the present models have been functioning. It doesn’t look sustainable, but they simply keep doubling down. Everybody wants a piece of the pie until it goes up in flames.
ESOM Gold isn’t a game you are meant to grind for hours in. It is designed to allow you to play maybe 1-2 hours every day, for a lengthy period of time. The chest problem isn’t as expansive as everybody makes it out to be. Bethesda designed it to pray on the impatient and addicted (as other mobile developers), which is super fucked up in a way. However, I don’t believe The Elder Scrolls Blades is cover to triumph. But it’s also not a regular The Elder Scrolls Blades game.
I am level 20, my city is flat 5. I’m having no difficulty earning jewels, having jobs to complete, and doing quests. I haven’t paid a cent to play and I’m enjoying it a lot with my Moto game pad. I am in a position to grind jobs to level up if I choose. If items are too tough, wait a few hours for a chest to unlock and get far better armor/weapons. It is not that bad really. It is a totally free mobile game so I’m not complaining at all. When compared with another mobile games out right now, this really is amazing. I have not ran into any glitches, so it runs smoothly in my Moto Z2 force, and I am enjoying the story line.