A new update for The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited has been released, and here’s the full list of changes and fixes with today’s patch. This update is a small patch that aims to fix a few bugs and provide stability improvements across the board for all platforms, an the patch notes seem pretty generic as a result. The previous major update for the game added the Stonethorn DLC, which brought new dungeons to the game, and a hotfix patch was deployed just a few days ago to solve some problems. Here’s everything new with Elder Scrolls Online update 2.09.
Elder Scrolls Online Update 2.09 Patch Notes
- Combat & Abilities
- Fixed an issue where mount stamina could drain irregularly fast in some cases.
- Fixed an issue where you could not progress the Vampire skill line while feeding if you had Radiant Magelight slotted. The light was just too brilliant for your dark deeds.
- Fixed an issue where engaging in combat with some Lich monsters could cause your game to lock up or crash.
- Added some extra preventative measures to prevent pets from attacking innocents when they shouldn’t be.
- Fixed an issue that prevented you from dueling in Stillwaters Retreat.
- Fixed a crash that could occur when closing the game client.
- Fixed an issue that caused a minimum loading time of 10 seconds. Now, if a short load can be completed under 10 seconds, it will be. Longer load times are unaffected.
- Fixed an issue where your game could crash while in the Crown Crate menu.
- Fixed a rare crash that could occur when loading into the world.
- Monsters & NPCs
- Fixed an issue with monsters in relation to how they evaluate targets. They will now react to players much more predictably, especially in situations where a large number of players and monsters are located (such as in dungeons or trials).
- Fixed an issue where the in-game UI text would not scale correctly based on your set custom scale.
The Dark Heart of Skyrim saga is currently underway in The Elder Scrolls Online, kicking off earlier this year with the Greymoor chapter and continuing for the foreseeable future. The Markarth DLC is the next piece of the Dark Heart of Skyrim story, and ESO players can expect that in early November. Once the scheduled maintenance is out of the way, you’ll be able to download this patch and start playing. For more information on ESO patch notes, check out the official Elder Scrolls Online forums.
- This article was updated on:September 30th, 2020