Created Your Character First
The Elder scrolls Online will show you a vibrant and stormy world. If you want to be a brave man and want to explore it, the first step you need to create your character. There are a lot of customization options for your character, such as Class, Race, and appearance.
But please keep in mind that where you start and who you fight for in Alliance War it’s up to your Alliance Determines. Once you made the choice, you will be obtained some abilities and weapons according to your character.
Finally, your Class determines what kind of warrior your character is going to be and provides you with unique abilities. Are you the kind of player who likes to get up close for big damage, or do you prefer to stand back and support your allies? The kind of hero you become is entirely up to you!
Take Your First Step in TAMRIEL
Once you have created your character and completed the in-game tutorial, it is time to take your very first steps into the open world of Tamriel, and there are some simple things you can do to jump right into the game. Most importantly, understand that you can explore Tamriel at your own pace. You can go anywhere and do anything you like — there is no “right” way to play!
For starters, take the time to get used to how the game controls (with either the keyboard and mouse or controller). You can find the complete controls and keybindings here. Next, look for non-player characters (NPCs) and interact with them to learn their stories and complete some quests for XP and loot.
Finally, explore outside of the towns and take on some monsters. We will provide more information about combat later, but try out your regular attacks (Light and Heavy Attacks), defensive moves (Blocking, Dodging), and abilities, and don’t forget to collect and equip your well-earned rewards!
Feel Free to Play As You Want
There’s no limitation in The Elder Scrolls that means you can play as you want, but that not means you are a solo player. There’s an epic main story waiting you to explore, you can join a Guild, party up or host a challenging group activities, like world besses, dungeons etc. All of it just the tip of iceberg, the more interesting things are waitting you to explore.
If there’s other now question about the game you can visit The Elder Scrolls official website or you can also ask the ESO Community for help.