Elder Scrolls Online Game Director Outlines PvP Plans Following Backlash To Dev’s Personal Stream

Recent comments made about the state of the PvP experience in The Elder Scrolls Online on the personal stream of the game’s creative director have led to an official statement from developer Zenimax Online outlining steps that are being taken to improve the situation.

The drama started a few days ago during ESO creative director Rich Lambert’s personal Twitch stream. As detailed by Massively Overpowered, Lambert regularly streams off-the-clock on his personal account, and his wife, Terri Lambert (who is not a Zenimax Online employee), also frequently makes appearances. All proceeds from the Lamberts’ streams go towards various charities.

During a discussion about accessibility, one player asked a question about “PvP accessibility,” in reference to ongoing issues with ESO’s PvP modes. Clearly those two topics are not the same, which caused Terri Lambert, who was running the stream at that given moment, to make crying gestures, say “nice try,” and state she has “no sympathy for PvP” because she knows the developers are working on fixing various PvP-related problems.

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Author: Cameron Koch