Exploring Tamriel in The Elder Scrolls Online with friends is getting a lot easier this fall, when One Tamriel introduces level-scaling to the entire game world.
The Elder Scrolls Online might not have taken the world by storm, but it has its fans. It also has some rather nice concept art.
The Elder Scrolls Online is getting some new DLC next month—it’ll take players to Orsinium, the Orcish city that was shown off in Daggerfall. It’ll be out November 2 for PC/Mac and the week of November 17 for consoles. More details over on the Bethesda Blog.
LEGO runes never looked this good. Xenomurphy did quite an amazing job recreating an intense battle from The Elder Scrolls Online.
The Elder Scrolls Online gets its first DLC pack, Imperial City, soon. It hits August 31 on PC, September 15 on Xbox One, and September 16 on PS4. It’s bundled for ESO Plus members—$20 for everyone else. If you’re playing ESO, let us know! How are you enjoying it?
After a year and change as a PC exclusive, The Elder Scrolls Online is coming to consoles on June 9. Here’s some footage from the console beta showing us what exactly that looks like.
Netch are basically giant land jellyfish, domesticated in the region of Morrowind for their hide and jelly. They also have huge, strong tentacles, and are quite vicious when you come at them with a sword. So why wouldn't you want one?
After nearly a year of fooling itself, The Elder Scrolls Online is now subscription free. Lapsed players can now log into their account, download 17gb worth of MMORPG and pick up where they left off, while new players can purchase a copy for $59.99 with no need to hand over payment details for a monthly sub. The Xbox…
On March 17 the PC version of The Elder Scrolls Online ditches subscription fees and gains the subtitle "Tamriel Unlimited." What are we getting for free, and what does the change mean for existing players?
The Elder Scrolls Online will get a little cheaper this year, with Bethesda removing the subscription fee in preparation for the console release on PS4 and Xbox One this June.
The Elder Scrolls Online recently did away with its six-month subscription option, a change that the MMO's developer and publisher have had very little to say about publicly so far. In the absence of any solid justification about its removal, fans are guessing this mean it's going free-to-play in the near future.
The Elder Scrolls Online for consoles has been MIA. But today, Bethesda has provided a an update on how things have been going.
An Imgur user has
put together reposted an exhaustive list of recurring characters in Elder Scrolls games—from Arena all the way up through Skyrim and The Elder Scrolls Online. Is your favorite character on it? Probably. Did they suffer some kind of cruel, shocking fate between games? Yeaaaaah... probably again.
During the "Future of Elder Scrolls Online" panel at Quakecon this weekend, Zenimax Online Studios explained how it plans on bringing wholesome thievery, mass murder and retribution to its massively multiplayer online world.
Players who have waded into the newly-minted Elder Scrolls MMO are up in arms about the game's bots.
If you're a PS4 or Xbox One owner waiting to play The Elder Scrolls Online on your console, you're gonna have to wait a few months longer. Bethesda's just announced a delay of "about six months" for the PS4 and Xbox One versions of the game, which were originally slated for a June release.
Australian retailer JB Hi-Fi - never a bastion of serious business - has a sticker for The Elder Scrolls Online that is as funny as it is foreboding.
The Elder Scrolls Online has officially been out for four weeks now, and director Matt Firor has put up a big blog post to celebrate.
Remember how when you put all the McBain clips from The Simpsons in order, they merged and became a single movie? The Elder Scrolls Online sorta did that too.
I haven't played The Elder Scrolls Online, but as an avid enjoyer of Elder Scrolls games, I've been curious where in the series' timeline it takes place. Now, thanks to the fast-talking folks at Lore, I know.