This is not however, the sort of criticism that Firor addressed, instead pointing out that “some of the negativity in reviews comes from bugs.” It’s true that bugs are an issue in the FIFA 18 Coins game — as they are with many an MMO — which is why he also revealed the dev team’s plan for fixing them:“As you can see, we’re hard at work addressing them and will keep rolling out fixes. The important thing for you, the community, to know is that we’re looking at ALL the feedback (from critics and from players),


 we’re addressing any shortcomings, and we’ll continue to FUT 18 Coins do so. This game will get better and better every week.” While there are plenty of elements that reviewers have disliked about The Elder Scrolls Online that seem to be systematic (and therefore unfixable without a significant overhaul), Firor adds that for Bethesda and ZeniMax a “true measure of ESO is what players in the game think” and that as a result they are “starting up several community programs that put you in the spotlight and ask you


 to submit your builds, guilds, screenshots, and more–the chronicles of your life in Tamriel–for us to share.”The community aspect of the new title will be one of the plus points in any review of the game so despite “scores ranging from 90s to 50s,” as Firor says, the fact that players will “find that watching videos and reading stories by other players about the fun and interesting things they’ve done in-game will lead you in a different direction to try new things” the negative points may not be such


a hindrance as some would think.Are you satisfied with the MMO take on The Elder Scrolls brand? Are the complaints valid? What's missing, if anything, from the game and what would you change?We currently have two Game Ranters playing through The Elder Scrolls Online and since it's such a large game, our review is still in the works, so stick around for more TESO in the coming days and weeks! The Elder Scrolls Online Blog 'Transformers: Rise of the