Fallout 76 and ESO: A Novice’s Views

I don’t know what happened to my single-player life, but here I am playing both Fallout 76 and The Elder Scrolls Online, and I regret nothing. I still have quite a long way to go in both before I become any sort of an “expert” in either. But here, on Virtual Bastion, are my thoughts on both so far – thoughts from the point of a newcomer, most certainly.

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It wasn’t too long after purchasing Fallout 76 that my husband and I decided to give The Elder Scrolls Online a try. After all, I had a shiny, new PlayStation Plus membership to make use of, and he had been interested in playing ESO for some time but never found the motivation to invest in it. A sale and two copies of the game later, and suddenly we’re roaming around Tamriel as a Breton mage and an Orc warrior. And we’ve been having quite a bit of fun doing so. We’ve not put in much time into ESO as we have Fallout 76, but already my warrior is nearly level 20, and she’s a particularly adept fighter with a multitude of different armaments and powers at the ready. This lies in stark comparison to my friend Amelya in Fallout 76, who, as fond as I am of her…

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