Not longer after Google announced they’re sunsetting their Stadia platform, players on the platform are wondering if their games/saves will transfer to other platforms. The Elder Scrolls Online will be transferable to PC, the developer has confirmed.
“We are happy to share that our Stadia players will be able to transfer their ESO accounts to PC, bringing with them all of their progress, including but not limited to existing characters, purchased items, achievements, and inventory,” Zenimax Online Studios said. “Since Stadia players already play ESO on our PC servers, all of their friends and guilds will be waiting for them once they complete the transfer.”
The Elder Scrolls Online and Bethesda are the next major player to announce they’re letting fans transfer games off Stadia after Ubisoft confirmed their titles will also transfer.
The game was previously released for Stadia and was essentially the biggest MMORPG on the platform – so it’s nice to see the developer offer a way for players to transfer not only their game but their progress to another platform.
Further details on The Elder Scrolls Online transfers are naturally coming “soon” so it remains to be seen if ESO players on Stadia will simply be transferring to Steam – as Bethesda recently shut down their standalone launcher/client.