The next update of The Elder Scrolls Online will bring an interesting change, which will allow players to earn and consume in-game currency on items currently only used for loot boxes (called crown boxes), which requires you to spend the real world Money. Money unlocked.
The update is expected to drop in June and will add new daily and weekly challenges that will allow you to unlock a new currency called “Mark of Endeavour”-you can exchange it for the one previously used only by the Crown Box article. These new challenges are called “Endeavour” and there are more than 60 challenges to participate in, ranging from stealing or pickpocketing specific items to completing a certain number of tasks. Typical daily necessities.
As you complete these challenges, you will automatically receive any rewards without having to activate or read them first, which is great. However, there is a limit to the amount of effort you can make. However, an interesting tidbit is that “Print of Endeavour” will be tied to your account, not to the characters, so if you have these characters, you can earn them through several different characters.
This change is clearly due to Microsoft’s loot policy, which Bethesda must now obey. Microsoft has implemented a policy for some time that all loot items must also be earned through standard games, even if the games in question are a bit ridiculous.