Welcome to the ESO achievements overview page. In this category of the website you can find all the Elder Scrolls Online achievements.
Achievements grant in-game points and sometimes special rewards such as furnishings, titles, dyes or mounts. If you want to track your progress, you have to visit your journal and choose the header Achievements. Some milestones come easily, others are very hard to achieve.
There's a total amount of Achievement points acquirable, that will be raised with each DLC release.
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What Achievements are
The Quest Journal holds the Achievement page, which lists all the Achievements in categories. On PC you can open the Achievements tab by pressing J to open the journal and then selecting the Achievements tab in the top right corner. The Achievement categories are the following:
- Player vs Player
- Veteran Dungeons
- Holiday Events
How Achievements work
Achievements also build up on each other in most cases. This can be either by completing minor Achievements in order to complete a bigger achievement and get a reward, or by completing all Achievements for a trial, dungeon or DLC. In the example below you can see both see Achievements you need for completing a DLC, as well as an overall achievement you need to receive a special reward. You will only receive these rewards if you complete a list of Achievements.
Some of the rewards you can expect from Achievements are:
To showcase an example, let's take one of the most favorite skins in the game, the Dro-m'Athra Skin.
In order to receive this skin, or any skin, you have to complete a specific Achievement. Sometimes, in rare cases, it's multiple Achievements, but this one is straight forward.
In order to receive the Dro-m'Athra skin you need to complete the Maw of Lorkhaj on Veteran modus.
For this you need a raid party of usually 12 people in total. Compared to other skin-achievements you do not have to absolve it on Hardmode or any other really hard achievement, but the trial itself can propose quite a challenge to inexperienced trial groups.