If there’s anything we want to remember the generation of Xbox One and Playstation 4 for, it’s hated loot boxes or loot boxes. In an effort to further monetize the large and expensive developments, video game companies have introduced this system. A system whose mobile has shown to work, so it has been transferred with varying degrees of success to PCs and consoles.
The “boom” in paid loot boxes meant that even governments had to get their hands on them as gambling and equate them with what casinos are offering today. Gradually the players rejected them
Elder Scrolls Online and Loot Chests
One of the games that has continued to use this method to this day is The Elder Scrolls Online. The game, which was popular with its community, continued to offer loot boxes in exchange for cash. Finally, you can get some for free, but still very, very randomly and with a very low ratio.
However Bethesda has stepped back and will now be introducing a change to what they call Crown Crates in the new “Endeavors” update. New features include a series of challenges that grant experience and a new currency called Seals of Endeavor.
- Complete some missions.
- Defeat enemies using class or weapon skills.
- Sell items to vendors.
- Create different types of articles.
- Defeat different types of monsters.
Many may think this is due to an act of selflessness on Bethesda’s part, but it is not. Everything was born thanks to the fact that the studio and publisher are now owned by Microsoft.
Items in the loot box can still be earned by playing. All items available through paid loot boxes in our games will also be available through unpaid in-game opportunities.
Now the only thing missing is that someone in the company is considering localizing the game in Spanish and the free multiplayer mode without Xbox Live Gold is open to everyone for games like this.