Posted November 29, 2018 06:05:49ESO has been making its first appearance in the game since the release of Dragon Age II: Origins, so you’d think the developer would be well aware of how to make the most of the game’s visual style.
However, we were surprised to see no mention of locomotion in ESOGame, even though the game features a vast array of locomotives.
It wasn’t until we were in a car driving around town that we discovered that the developer had forgotten about it.
This may be due to the fact that ESOGamers aren’t really used to driving, so we have no idea why the developers didn’t bring locomotion into the game.
Regardless, there are a number of things we can do to improve our performance with our locomotion.
First and foremost, make sure we don’t have any AI players.
The easiest way to fix this is to disable AI players altogether in your Game Settings.
Secondly, disable the ability to select a specific locomotive in the Game Settings, but make sure to use the correct one.
Third, disable player detection in your Simulation Settings.
Fourth, set up your Simulator settings to avoid AI.
Fifth, make the locomotivng a non-stationary character, or use the default AI player instead.
This should get you moving again.