In order to communicate with other players you have to use chat window commands. To open the chat window, press “Enter”. There are several chat options you can access by clicking the gear icon in the upper-right of the chat window. This allows you to adjust the font size, the chat channels you see, and more. Here are some common chat commands:
Communicating with Other Players
/say sends the message to players in close proximity
/party sends the message to players in your party
/zone sends the message to all players in the zone
/tell sends a private chat message to the indicated player
/guild 1 or /g1 sends the message to the first guild you’ve joined. If you join multiple guilds, you can use the numbers 2-5 to speak to your other guilds (ex. /guild 2 or /g2).
QuakeCon has come and gone this year, and with it came even more information about The Elder Scrolls Online. There is the usual assortment of reviews and impressions floating around, but those are easy enough to find on your own. What we want to bring you here are some of the main highlights from the event, including videos and interviews with the development team.
The folks over at CVG managed to snag an interview with Paul Sage, creative director for ESO. You can watch the interview here.
MMORPG.com has a nice long interview with Lead Game Designer Nick Konkle. They cover a wide rang of topics from mounts, to crafting, and the guild system. You can read the whole interview here.
Finally, YouTuber Todd Kenreck has posted 15 short videos that feature Paul Sage talking about all sorts of different game elements; such as PvP, endgame, and grouping. This link will take you to a playlist that will allow you to select the videos individually, or just watch them all back to back.
That’s it for this year’s QuakeCon. What did you think of all the new information presented to the public this year? Let us know in the comments below!