ZeniMax takes with its latest Elder Scrolls Online publicity push.
The AMA -- or really, AUA, for Ask Us Anything in this case -- focuses on ESO's PvP. Pre-screened questions include bits on bottlenecks, siege weapons, ranking systems, and the effectiveness of low-level players.
Here's an Elder Scrolls PvP Ask Us Anything
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