New Patch v2.7.13 Can Fix The Issue With Bolt Escape In ESO
The Elder Scrolls Online released a new small incremental patch v2.7.13 to fix the issue with Bolt Escape not functioning properly, and an issue originating from Unicode Windows login names.
Plus, players can kick-off the ESO: Morrowind storyline by embarking on a new prologue quest, “The Missing Prophecy.” This quest can be picked up from any Inn and will send you on a mission to track and defeat bandits and Daedra, and in the process, uncover a terrifying prophecy that leads directly to the events of ESO: Morrowind. Since you complete the quest, you’ll receive the Twilight Shard memento that produces a dazzling tribute to Azura.
Combat & Gameplay
- Bolt Escape: Fixed an issue where this ability and its morphs could fail to function in certain locations.
- Fixed an issue if you had a Windows login name containing Unicode characters (such as Japanese), the ESO Documents folder would not be created which would prevent you from saving your settings, screenshots, etc.