The Elder Scrolls Online’s newest DLC and update still have a few weeks to go before release, but while we’ve covered what to expect in Horns of the Reach, Update 15 is also bringing some goodies to Morrowind with some base game improvements.
First and foremost, Update 15 brings in the Combat Cue customization option to the in-game Settings. Whether you have difficulty identifying certain colors, or just have a preference, you can now edit color and brightness on the combat cues for friendlies and enemies to help distinguish them.
PvP players and master crafters will now be able to store Alliance points and Writ Vouchers in the bank, allowing players with multiple characters to share these across the board. Players can store and transfer points and vouchers by depositing them in the bank and withdrawing them with any character in their account, but Alliance Rank or progress in Alliance War Skill Lines cannot be transferred.
If you’re a Guildnmaster whose guild roster is getting a little large, managing your guild will be getting a little easier with the invite history function. This will allow Guildmasters and teammates to determine who in their guild was invited by whom, to help better manage the roster.
Meanwhile, the Guild Rank Permission function will allow Guildmasters to decide who in the guild can access its bank funds. Keep your finances a secret, or display them with pride.
On the Crafting end, for those who have ever had second thoughts about crafting research, the Research Cancellation option is now available. If you need a research spot opened up for something a little more pressing, cancel any research already in progress with no fuss. Just remember, the item destroyed to begin the process will not be returned to you, so choose wisely. There is a cancellation confirmation function added as well, to make sure nothing is cancelled and therefore lost on accident.
Last, but not least, improving your equipment no longer involves having to take it off. Update 15 will allow you to improve any equipped item while still wearing it, while you can also find equipped items in the improvements crafting menu.
More improvements to The Elder Scrolls Online will roll out with future updates, as always. Horns of the Reach and Update 15 will launch on PC on August 14, followed by PlayStation 4 and XBox One on the 29th.