Are you playing Elder Scrolls Online on Xbox systems and observing (or not noticing) invisible monsters?

Are you currently playing Elder Scrolls Online on Xbox 360 system systems and realizing (or not noticing) invisible monsters? Nicely, you might not be alone. Many such issues have been reported by Xbox 360 system gamers also it seems like Zenimax Online Studios are checking out.

We’re not certain when a fix may be pushed. Nevertheless let’s hope the issue is permanently addressed in the next update. Unseen adds aren’t fun. In the meantime, PS4/5 players experienced some pretty considerable hitching issues. The particular team finally were able to put out a fix and shared info about how they plan on making players whole. It was clarified that this issue wasn’t specific to Sunspire. Lastly, on March 23, ZOS Community Office manager Gina Bruno reacted in the line and noted that the team was currently working via a fix with wants to15325 include in a future incremental patch.

Sure enough, the recent patch for Xbox One included a line object noting that a fix was given for a bug which may delay resources and cause enemies to be invisible. Yet , it seems that the concern wasn’t properly set. Posters on the forums noted that the matter persisted.

Community Manager Jessica Folsom then chimed in.

This doesn’t appear to be an inherently new concern. A thread in the official forums dates back to Mar 18 where a poster wrote about invisible mobs actually since the Fire flames of Ambition DLC update released.

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