Elder Scrolls Online PS4 servers down today yet again

By Alan Ng - Jun 24, 2015

Another day, another bout of Elder Scrolls Online servers down for maintenance to tell you about. This time, TESO servers are down on PS4 and some are starting to ask the question on when the game has actually been playable for more than a day.

Perhaps this is an exaggeration a little, but the game does seem to have gone offline an awful lot since launch. There is a good reason for this particular outage as ZeniMax are now applying the same patch as what Xbox One owners received earlier this week.

Now it is PS4 users’ turn as TESO megaservers for NA and EU are not working on June 24 whilst the patch is being rolled out.

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What is the most frustrating aspect for Europe players, is that it seems like the NA gamers are being prioritized – i.e, taking the servers down when US is asleep and making those in Europe who are ready to play suffer.

Still, Zenimax can’t please everyone it’s just a shame that these patches can’t be applied in the background so these long outages can be avoided, or at least shortened.

Are you fed up with the Elder Scrolls Online servers going down a lot since launch? Let us know once you can play the game again on PS4 – we’ll let you know when the new TESO PS4 patch notes are available.

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Also See: Xbox Live down for Elder Scrolls Online servers Nov 12

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  • Jesse Watson

    You should have gotten an Xbox one

  • Michael Gomez

    Yup what an unwelcome surprise when I tried to boot up just now……..mines at 440MB 8 hours to go…..so much for Elder Scrolls today 😡😁 Glad I got Witcher on the back burner to play.

  • dean jones

    This is taking sometime ;-( only on 3.8 GB out of 15.851GB 😫😥 Only says 5 hours to go…

  • Dennis McCall

    Server maintenance is NP. But why a 15GB update patch?

  • Marz Barz

    im glad they took it down to fix things

  • Danté De La Vega

    It’s called maintenance……. the servers are not ‘down’ in sense it’s failed. It was planned

  • Armand

    How long for the maintenance?