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This New ESO Feature Isn't Quite What Players Expected

By Andrew | 3 Nov 2022 | Share
This New ESO Feature Isn't Quite What Players Expected

In the new Firesong patch, a new feature was expected which promised to make getting around in towns less annoying for some players. 

The problem was with summoned pets - most notably the Winged Twilight and the Warden Guardian bear. While some players don't really mind these, others find that they get in the way a lot and can block their camera or their ability to interact with some objects. 

It seems that a miscommunication occured from ZOS - in the initial preview stream for Firesong, it was said that players would have access to a new setting to hide pets in towns. 

This setting was added to ESO in Update 36 this week, but it doesn't really work how we expected it to.

When you enable it, you probably won't notice any difference at all. What it actually does is hide pets in a very small area around some specific interactable objects in towns, such as crafting stations and outfit stations. 

Pets are very much not hidden
Pets are very much not hidden

Players on the forums were expressing their frustration about this, and asking if it would really be so hard to just get a simple toggle that hides other players' pets in some (or all) situations. 

Personally I've had players get really annoyed by the Twilight pets in trials, as groups with lots of Sorcerers in them can have so many Twilights summoned that they almost completely block the view of someone who happens to be stood in front of them. 

If you still want to enable this setting to hide pets around crafting stations, then you can find it in the gameplay section of your settings. Turn on the "Limit Followers in Towns" option to do this. 

Limit followers in towns in ESO
Limit followers in towns in ESO

We hope you enjoyed this article about ESO Update 36 Firesong. The Elder Scrolls Online is a massively multiplayer online game (MMO) developed by Zenimax Online Studios. 

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