The Elder Scroll Online: Stadia Players Can Take Their Progress To The Pc Version

As soon as they make the switch, they’ll find a welcoming community of friends and fellow guild members. After Google’s shocking announcement that it is shutting down its cloud streaming service, Bethesda and ZeniMax Online are the latest companies to offer assistance to stranded Google Stadia players.

The Elder Scrolls Online’s official Twitter acknowledged the impact Google‘s decision has had on its players, tweeting that the team had taken some time to “discuss next steps” and could now confirm that Stadia players will be able to transfer their Stadia ESO accounts to PC.

Bethesda Softworks and ZeniMax Online Studios have been discussing the next steps for our Elder Scrolls Online Stadia players and we appreciate your patience since the news of Stadia shutting down,” the company said in response to MassivelyOP’s inquiry.

We’re happy to announce that players on Stadia will soon be able to move their ESO accounts to PC, taking with them their characters, items, achievements, and inventory. It’s a seamless transition for Stadia players to join their friends and guilds in ESO on our PC servers, where they’ve been playing for some time.

“Please stay tuned, as we will soon have more details on how to proceed.”

Last week, Google revealed that Stadia would be shutting down a blog post and gave users until January 18, 2023, to “complete final play sessions” before the service was discontinued. Customers who made purchases of software and hardware from the Google store can anticipate receiving refunds by the middle of the month of January.

Other developers, such as Ubisoft, have made similar promises, such as “working” to assist Stadia players in “bringing the games you own on Stadia to PC through Ubisoft Connect”.

Ubisoft announced in a tweet that it is “happy to share” that it is “working to bring the games you own on Stadia to PC through Ubisoft Connect” despite the fact that “Stadia will shut down on January 18, 2023.” A more in-depth explanation, including how this will affect Ubisoft+ members, will be provided at a later time.

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In November 2021, it came out for PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X, Xbox One, and PC (via Steam), and it has since made its way to Switch and become a proper retro game on GOG.