‘Elder Scrolls Online’ event: Jester’s Festival returns for an in-game springtime celebration
The return of the in-game event Jester’s Festival happens at a good time as many “Elder Scrolls Online” players possibly staying home this time. Bethesda has also assured gamers there will not be any changes in their gaming experience even though the company is obliged to make adjustments amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
‘Elder Scrolls Online’: Jester’s Festival event returns for the spring season
“Elder Scrolls Online” has been one of the most popular massively multiplayer online role-playing games in recent years. One of the reasons is its regular timeline of in-game events that let players earn more rewards than usual.
For the spring season, it has been an “Elder Scrolls Online” tradition for players to join the Jester’s Festival. And, luckily, the event has been confirmed to go live soon on Thursday, March 26, at 10 a.m. EDT. Limited-time games and rewards can be accessed through April 2 at the same time.
Like most seasonal events in “Elder Scrolls Online,” Jester’s Festival’s main attraction is its exclusive reward box that players can collect after completing a themed quest. The loot can contain Cadwell’s Kitchen Arms Style Pages, fragments of Festive Noise Maker and Jester’s Festival Joke Popper mementos, Jokey Stealies that players can sell to vendors, more mementos (Cherry Blossom Branch or Jester’s Scintillator) through Runeboxes.
“Elder Scrolls Online” players can also expect some new content in this year’s Jester’s Festival event. The basic reward box might also contain new fragments to acquire the Sovereign Sow pet. These items are guaranteed to be included in the Stupendous Gift Box.
‘Elder Scrolls Online’ publisher promises normal operation amid COVID-19 precautions
Bethesda announced on Wednesday that it has also opted to let its employees continue working from home to ensure everyone’s safety amid the COVID-19 pandemic. “Most of our employees around the globe now have the capability to work remotely from the safety of their homes,” the “Elder Scrolls Online” publisher said in a statement.
In the same post, Bethesda assured players of live games are not expected to suffer from the new workplace arrangement. “’Fallout 76,’ ‘The Elder Scrolls Online,’ ‘The Elder Scrolls Blades’ and others, will continue to operate as normal,” the video game company added.