The selfie has taken hold of the real world, and now the phenomenon’s come to World of Warcraft with Patch 6.1. Unfortunately, no amount of amount of cheap wow gold will get you the new S.E.L.F.I.E Camera, you’ll have to complete a few fairly simple quests. Never fear, we can tell you exactly how to get one.
How to get a S.E.L.F.I.E Camera
The first quest is locked behind a lvl 100 garrison quest called “Field Photography.” While the quest itself isn’t especially tough if you’ve stocked up on wow gold and tricked out your toon, it is a pretty rare quest. Completing it will provide you access to the base camera. Simply equipping it and using it will let you take a selfie.
But there’s more! Completing a second, equally rare quest namde “Lens Some Hands”, will grant you an item called S.E.L.F.I.E. Lens Upgrade Kit. You can use this to upgrade your camera to a S.E.L.F.I.E. Camera MkII. Now, whenever you take a selfie, you have the option to apply one of three different filters.
Elder Scrolls Online Goes Free to Play
It may have taken a little longer than most expected, but The Elder Scrolls Online is finally getting a free-to-play option. What spurred this on? It would appear that with the impending release of the game on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, the developers have decided to make major updates to the base game on PC.
Thhe planned updates that are extensive enough to warrant a name change to the somewhat unweildy “The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited”. What this means is that gamers will now have even more cash to spend on speccing out their toons when they buy cheap ESO gold from EpicToon.com
“Tamriel Unlimited is arriving on PC/Mac, too – beginning on Tuesday, March 17th. To celebrate the announcement, we’ve released The Confrontation, the final chapter in our thrilling series of cinematic trailers. Watch the stunning conclusion and get ready for Tamriel Unlimited!”
It sounds like PC players will benefit quite a bit from the console release. Bethesda have also promised performance tweaks, and the addition of oft-requested official controller support.
Even though the base game will be free-to-play, Bethesda are still giving you the option to pay a monthly fee, via a program called “ESO Plus”. Essentuially, members get access to:
– An allotment of crowns to spend in the new in-game Crown Store based on your membership period (more below)
– Access to all of ESO’s downloadable content (or DLC) game packs for the duration of your membership
– A 10% bonus to XP and gold gain, crafting research, and inspiration
It’s fair to say that with the switch to a F2P model, lots of folks who initially passed on the game will give it a try. ESO has seen a number of massive upgrades over the past year, so this update is well timed. If you’d like to skip the grind, consider getting some ESO gold from your friends at EpicToon.com