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Here's an Elder Scrolls PvP Ask Us Anything

Jef Reahard
Jef Reahard|December 24, 2013 11:00 AM
Some Elder Scrolls art that doesn't have a damn thing to do with PvP
Ask Me Anything question-and-answer sessions are a good idea, in theory. But, like any other Q&A format in the publisher-controlled game journalism field, they're specifically designed to showcase the game in question as opposed to providing potential customers with complete or completely accurate information. Live AMAs are of course more challenging for devs and their PR handlers than email or forum questions, and it's the latter approach that 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