What's New on the ESO Hub Interactive Map?

By Andrew | 21 Sep 2022 | Share
What's New on the ESO Hub Interactive Map?

Our Interactive Map of the Elder Scrolls Online is one of our more recent projects, along with the Build Editor, and due to the nature of an ever-changing game like ESO, more work is always being done to update and improve the map. 

The map is designed to be mobile friendly, which is especially helpful to console players who want to do things like hunt for lorebooks, but don't have access to addons to direct them to the locations like PC players do. 

There are a few additions to the map made in the past few weeks and months that we wanted to highlight. 

New Additions to the Interactive Map

The first thing to note with the Interactive Map is that whenever Zenimax add new content to ESO, one of our first priorities is to update the Interactive Map with this content. We already have the new content from upcoming Firesong DLC added to the map, most notably the Galen and Y'ffelon zone and the Points of Interest that exist within it. So if you are active on the PTS, you can already use the map to help you find things. 


On another note, when we first launched the map we got a lot of feedback from users. Some of you did not like the icon and text sizes on the map and felt that it obstructed too much of the map. This has been addressed, as the map now has the following features:

Firstly, you can use the menu to the left of the map to select exactly which types of POIs in a zone you want to show and hide. That way you don't need to worry about finding what you are looking for in the midst of many other icons. 


Secondly, we have added a simple settings menu that allows you to adjust the size of icons and images on the map, independently of one another. So you could make everything small or large, or have large icons but small text, or vice versa. You can access this by clicking the Config button at the top right of the map, represented by a gear or cog icon. 


 We also fixed a problem where text labels on the map could sometimes overlap with the text or icons from other Points of Interest. 

Finally, a while back we also added "Home" and "Back" buttons, primarily intended for easy navigation on mobile devices where you cannot simply right-click to zoom out from a zone map to the Tamriel map, for instance. These buttons are also present on PC if you prefer to use them there too. 

The map is an ongoing project, so if you encounter any issues with it or have some constructive feedback, then you can let us know on our Discord server in the eso-hub channel under the Project Feedback category.
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