No more lumpy potato heads or draconian restrictions to tweaking anything below the neckline; adjust bulging biceps to flabby beer guts. The Bethesda MMO is due Q1 2014.
It makes sense we get far greater customisation in The Elder Scrolls Online as this is an MMO, and it wouldn't do to have hundreds of clones running around.
"Even though creating your character is just the first step on your adventure, it’s an important one. We want to give you the tools you need to realize the hero you’re already envisioning, and we’re excited to give you a peek at some of the options you’ll use to create the character you want to play in ESO," said the studio. Check out the video below.