All on top of the usual bug fixes and bot bannings, of course.
The folks over at ZeniMax have started a new series on the official Elder Scrolls Online website called the Loremaster's Archive, with the very first issue dedicated to the not-smelly-at-all-why-do-you-ask topic of the undead. The post...Show More Summary
It's been a long month in The Elder Scrolls Online, full of ups and downs. At first, ESO wowed me unlike essentially any other MMO before it. Similar to Lord of the Rings Online but with much more bravado, the opening act of the game...Show More Summary
Following up on the recent news that Elder Scrolls Online has been delayed significantly by another six months, is Techland's admission that Dying Light won't be making its expected 2014 release window.Click To Continue Reading
Our First Real Look At Sunset Overdrive A new video game! Hurray! Elder Scrolls Online Delayed On Consoles Always figured this was more of a PC thing anyway. Diablo III’s Convoluted Backstory, Summed Up In A Minute Someone do this for...Show More Summary
Next-gen Elder Scrolls Online news, Sunset Overdrive gameplay footage, and a lot more in today's Fix.
Big story day on the Fix! next-gen Elder Scrolls Online gets delayed & Sony reveals Dualshock 4's VR connection. Plus, X1's Sunset Overdrive trailer, Nintendo's new console & Microsoft's Net Neutrality.
Fresh off the heels of Bethesda Softworks' own announcement that The Elder Scrolls Online has been delayed by six months for consoles, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and developer Techland have pushed back the release date for Dying Light from spring 2014 to February 2015.
[Update: ZeniMax has responded to the situation, confirming the delay. Players will be able to transfer their characters to the console versions for free, and eligible PC players can buy the PS4 or Xbox One version for a discounted rate...Show More Summary
Bethesda having trouble "integrating [its] systems" with console networks.
Bethesda has confirmed TESO has been delayed on consoles, but also announced PC characters will transfer over.
Update: It seems the FAQ was accurate, and Bethesda is indeed delaying the console version of The Elder Scrolls Online for about six months. Here’s the company’s official statement, which is worded similarly to what we saw in the hastily deleted FAQ entry. “?We continue to work on the console versions of ESO, and game [...]
Despite being scheduled to launch on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in June of this year, Bethesda Softworks has revealed that the console versions of The Elder Scrolls Online have been delayed at least six months as they work on the console specific issues that come with porting the game.
Elder Scrolls Online won't be debuting on the PS4 and Xbox One next month as planned. Today developer ZeniMax Online Studios announced a significant delay for the console versions of the MMORPG.Click To Continue Reading
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. Read more...
The Elder Scrolls Online was originally scheduled to release on Xbox One and PlayStation 4 in June. According to a now-removed FAQ entry on ZeniMax's website, the console versions will be delayed by "about six months." "While it hasShow More Summary
If you were looking forward to playing The Elder Scrolls Online with a controller, you may have to wait a bit longer, if this reddit discovery is correct. According to a reddit user, The Elder Scrolls Online FAQ was updated to note that...Show More Summary
Elder Scrolls Online's 30-day free period ends this week, as does the five day grace period that ZeniMax granted customers on account of the game's launch issues. I'm still having quite a lot of fun in Tamriel, so transitioning to the...Show More Summary