Bethesda has released The Elder Scrolls Online update 2.26 patch on December 15 this year. This is an unannounced title update, so don't expect any new content. Players still have to collect as much ESO Gold For Sale as possible during the game, which has a great effect on their game upgrades.
The Elder Scrolls Online v2.26 (PS4)/1.08 (PS5) updated ZeniMax Media's terms of service, effective on December 13, 2021. Please note that players re-accept the updated terms of service when they log in to the game for the first time. For a list of changes to the terms of service, please visit the website that provides a complete summary.
In addition, Elder Scrolls Online corrected the camera behavior when using Daedric Enchanting Station ancient furniture. Players can now interact with the station head-on as expected, instead of their camera appearing below it. Also fixed an issue where scrolling dodge may cause the skill timer to stop displaying. And fixed some ESO Gold that can be freely cast without a target, and the problem that attempts to cast the skill may fail if the effective target is not in the line of sight.
As the game is undergoing server maintenance and it will take a while, players can wait patiently during this period. In addition, although there are many methods in the game to help players obtain ESO Gold, these methods may often consume a lot of time for players. So players can try to buy ESO Gold on IGGM.