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The Elder Scrolls Online 9.2.10 Patch Notes

The Elder Scrolls Online version 9.2.10 brings with it a focused update aimed at improving the gameplay through several fixes and updates.

The latest patch is approximately 919MB. Importantly, the update includes changes to the Terms of Service, and players will not need to re-accept the TOS upon logging in after the update. You can find the patch notes below:

The Elder Scrolls Online 9.2.10 Patch Notes

The Elder Scrolls Online v9.2.10 includes a couple UI- and content-related fixes, plus an update to the Terms of Service which you will not need to re-accept upon logging in. The size of this patch is approximately 919MB.



  • Fixed an issue where interacting with an Ayleid well would not progress Azandar’s Favor achievement.



  • Updated some of the verbiage and DSA Point of Contact information in the Terms of Service. You will not need to re-accept the TOS with this update.
    • Note this change only affects the English TOS and will be updated for other languages in Update 41.


  • Seeker’s Archive: Fixed an issue where you couldn’t talk with Hermaeus Mora’s statue if you already completed the Necrom storyline.

Group Finder

  • Fixed an issue with the Group Finder where Veteran listings would not appear as Veteran.


  • Fixed a UI error that could occur when viewing the Infinite Archive leaderboard.
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