The Elder Scrolls Online’s “golden copy” ban sparked strong com

  • The Elder Scrolls Online is one of the most played massively multiplayer online role-playing games in the world. It came out in 2014 and has since received numerous updates and expansion packs. The Elder Scrolls Online is now available on Windows, PS4, PS5, Xbox and many other platforms.

    Because games like The Elder Scrolls Online have a huge player base, there are also some ESO Gold to prevent cheating in such games. However, these measures may sometimes cause trouble to innocent players.

    Now, some The Elder Scrolls Online players are experiencing something similar. According to recent reports, ZeniMax Online Studios suspended players’ accounts in The Elder Scrolls Online due to the “golden copy” ban.

    This affected many guild members in The Elder Scrolls Online, who were unable to ESO Gold Buy due to the so-called "golden copy" ban. Many top traders in many trade associations, friendly trade associations and hostile trade associations have been banned for 72 hours due to "Du Ping". However, I know that many of these players are completely honest, they have more ESO Gold than they need, and are only trading for fun.

    However, players reported that they did not know or were not sure why their account was suspended because the game developer did not provide a valid reason behind the ban. This has brought inconvenience to many players and has also triggered strong opposition from The Elder Scrolls Online community. Most reports indicate that, with the exception of gold trading, players did not particularly do anything illegal in the game.