Elder Scrolls Online is delaying the console arrival of Waking Flame and update 31 an extra week

Elder Scrolls Online has been delayed from its console release by a week, and the update to 31 will now come out on June 4th.

The eso waking flame release date pc is a delay that has been announced by the Elder Scrolls Online. The game will be delayed an extra week to allow for more testing and development.

Console players will have to wait a little longer for the next DLC and update for Elder Scrolls Online. ZeniMax has announced that it would be postponing its release as of this morning.

“We’ve decided to push back the release date of The Elder Scrolls Online: Waking Flame and Update 31 for Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation 5 to September 8 in order to guarantee a smooth and stable launch. We aim to deliver a more reliable version by separating our PC/Mac/Stadia and console releases by an extra week, enabling us to incorporate more fixes before the new content goes online. This move will also help some of our support staff feel less stressed, enabling us to concentrate more on each particular release.”

The initial console launch date was set for August 31st, thus there is just a one-week delay. As previously said, the DLC is a standard autumn dungeon pack, while the update focuses on technical and graphical improvements, particularly for consoles. More information will be revealed at QuakeCon this weekend.

Players on PC will not be impacted by the delay; ZeniMax has said that the DLC and Update 31 rollout will go place on August 23rd.


The eso update 31 patch notes is a post by Bethesda that explains the changes that are coming with the upcoming update.

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