Presenting the ESO Interactive Map

Hey Tamriel Foundry community. With today’s drop of ESOs non-disclosure agreement we are able to publish one of the site features that we’ve been working on during the past several beta events. This has been an extremely fun project, and I’m really excited to share with you guys the Tamriel Foundry interactive map of Elder Scrolls Online. This Google maps implementation displays the entirety of Tamriel in one continuous map layer allowing you to zoom in (with incredible detail) on each individual map portion. Before I go any further describing the map project in general, I should encourage you all to check it out here: http://tamrielfoundry.com/map/

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Using the select menu on the right side of the map (or below the map for low-width resolutions) you can select the zone for which you want to peruse the available map markers. For the time being (in order to prevent spoilers and preserve some of the element of surprise, you can only view map markers for the following zones:

  • Khenarthi’s Roost – Aldmeri Dominion, Level 1-5
  • Bleakrock Isle – Ebonheart Pact, Level 1-3
  • Bal Foyen – Ebonheart Pact, Level 4-5
  • Stros M’Kai – Daggerfall Covenant, Level 1-3
  • Betnikh – Daggerfall Covenant, Level 4-5

These marker layers display all the prominent points of interest, collectible treasure, and explorable locations that you will encounter in these zones in The Elder Scrolls Online. Hopefully this will prove a valuable resource to players who are looking to get the most out of their ESO experience by ensuring they don’t miss out on any cool stuff they can find within the world. To celebrate the release of our map, I’ve also thrown together a little desktop background (2.2MB jpeg) for those of you who really like the appearance of our map (as I do). I’m using this as my new desktop BG and I really love the way the map looks, hope you all enjoy!