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I think they should just make an Oblivion mmo that takes place all over tamriel. It would take a very long time to make, but if they decided to make people pay like $15/month, it would be worth it. Imagine, tens of 1000's of hours that would convert current WoW players to the new drug, TES.
So basically it would be:
More lands. More cities. More quests. More hours of gameplay. More weapons, armor, and spells. Better variety in mounts, liking flying mounts, and also sea creatures for fast transport to islands and around the coast. A way better 3rd person camera since most mmo's are in 3rd person.
So yeah, I think an elder scrolls mmo would be awesome, in more ways than one.
I agree with UlrichFireL0rd it should have better 3rd person cam.
Also a better combat system and a new pirates guild and it would awesome if you could join the imperial army with epic large scale battles.... nah that would way too AWESOME!
I hope that it puts more emphasis on player relations. I'd like to interact more with other characters. Like captainfez3 said, a smaller more immersive world be a lot better.
Not to sound immature, but dismemberment would make it seem a little more realistic. Especially after Fallout, I bet it will be added.
More unique spells would be cool too. Instead of just a ball of fire, maybe a spell that encircles the enemy in fire and disallows them to escape.
Co-op would be awesome I must admit.
More factions would be neat; Morrowind had quite a few more I believe?
I thought that Oblivion was incredible! I don't think they should change too much, other than the obvious. I liked the way it was set up and spent hours and hours leveling up my character. I believe that the next one should be a bit more dangerous
i personally thought oblivion was one of the greatest game's ever but some things that need to be changed are the character AI and the semi repetitive enviorments get boring and the map was a little small it be better if it was bigger also i think a multiplayer feature would be amazing other then that it was an amazing game
Just keep a little close to the Oblivion and dont make it like Fallout because that was a lot slower.
I would KILL for multiple summons.
I personally would like:
1) Multiple Summons
2) maybe more types of weapons
3) of course, a refreshing new story and country
It sounds like a christmas list, but there really isn't much to change, as long as they don't stray too far from Oblivion, it will be incredible.
I just want some co-op, not a MMO.
"When the Dark Lord of the Sith offers you five, you give him five." - Ken Levine
Enhance the townspeople AI, maybe the conversation system could use a touch up, some more spells, significantly more quests, bigger/more active cities and towns, horse riding enhancements, more boats/ports (i.e pick a good land to base the game in) and uh... more interactive environments too.
There's a fine line between not listening and not caring... I walk that line everyday.
I've only played Oblivion and that took so much patience and care that I couldn't have fun with it . All I'm hoping is that Bethesda makes a game that everyone can enjoy next time around. Plus , I think the weapon selection should include some old-timey rifles like in the Fable series
Like Morrowind and Oblivion obviously. They should take the good things from Morrowind and from Oblivion and then combine them into one game and then add their own custom stuff as well on a whole new continent and all that good stuff. No more of this wannabe futuristic stuff. I never got Fallout 3 and I never plan on it.
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Good luck friend.
I'd like to see some multi-player elements added. Not a full-scale MMO or competitive battles, but a meeting place for people to trade items and things like that.
There was a mod on the PC that allowed only one other person to populate your game and I think even that was pushing it. But having a communal space in a store or something would be a big step forward in my opinion.
I would like to see a prehistoric setting in the next game.
I expect an improved leveling system and a more lush environment. They will really beef up the graphics in this game by far. I hope for some better character animations because they are all way too stiff, but that's not too big of a complaint. The other thing that got on my nerves in the previous game was the weight factor. I hope they rework that.