Bethseda Softworks, LLC has ceased offering any subscription plans longer than 90 days for The Elder Scrolls Online, prompting rumors that the game could soon be moving to a Free-to-Play (F2P) model within the next year. Elder Scrolls Online players noticed … Continue reading ?
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. Read more...
Players are just a little bit leery of the fact that The Elder Scrolls Online has removed the six-month subscription option from the game. Oh, sure, it seems innocent enough; it's just a change in billing options. But it's also one of...Show More Summary
ZeniMax has posted a holiday greeting to Elder Scrolls Online fans that also promises a console launch for the fantasy MMO in 2015. "We've released five major updates and tons of improvements and fixes," the blurb reads. "Next year promises...Show More Summary
Adventurers and heroes all over Tamriel need have to wait a little bit more before the much-anticipated Elder Scrolls Online would be made available for PlayStation and Xbox game consoles.
Steam's winter sale is upon us, which means it's time to celebrate the season the way gamers do: by opening up our wallets. Here are just some of the MMOs running sales through Steam: The Elder Scrolls Online is just under 20 bucks.Show More Summary
Are you wandering around The Elder Scrolls Online in a post-Update 5 haze, lost on what to do? Wander no more: ZeniMax has released a dev blog today to give you some guidance. The guide details the pledge system of the Undaunted, whose tasks are reminiscent of daily dungeon quests in other themeparks. Show More Summary
The good news is the console versions are playable, but unfortunately there's still work to do.
The Elder Scrolls Online for consoles has been MIA. But today, Bethesda has provided a an update on how things have been going. Read more...
The Elder Scrolls Online developer ZeniMax Online Studios has given a brief update on the game's delayed console versions, and stated that they are still - slowly - being developed. In a blog post summarising ESO's somewhat uneven first year on PC and Mac, ZeniMax reassured that it was still beavering away on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One editions. Show More Summary
Director says PS4 and Xbox One versions "not just ports of the PC/Mac game". The PS4 and Xbox One versions of The Elder Scrolls Online have officially been delayed to 2015. Click here to read the full article
Elder Scrolls Online's PS4 and Xbox One versions still aren't out yet. However, ZeniMax Online Studios decided to throw console gamers a bone today and share a few details.Click To Continue Reading
The self-imposed six-month delay of Elder Scrolls Online's console release has come and gone, and it looks as though fans will be waiting a while yet to see the title come to Xbox One and PlayStation 4. In a new Road Ahead post, theShow More Summary
Fun fact: Elder Scrolls Online's Update 5 is about a month old at this point and is now able to roll over and distinguish shapes. Among its treasure trove of new features was the introduction of crafting writs. However, in case you are...Show More Summary
This year, online retailers are pushing deals each day for a whole week instead of just during Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Check out these awesome deals we dug for you today! Video Games and Consoles -The Elder Scrolls Online Imperial Edition – $79.99 $29.99 (63% Off) -Guild Wars 2 Heroic Edition – $39.99 $19.99 […]
Well, this came out of left field for us. GameStop just started up its digital PC Games Black Friday Sale. We're seeing a slew of MMOs in the Top Deals section, with The Elder Scrolls Online and WildStar for only $20 and Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn for $10. These are all the lowest ever prices we've seen from a legitimate, authorized retailer. Show More Summary
The crew of Beyond wonders whether or not the console ports of the game have been canceled because of the poor sales performance on consoles.
ZeniMax has revealed its six-month subscriber reward for players of The Elder Scrolls Online. The devs are continuing with the vanity pet theme introduced for the three-month reward, only instead of a High Hrothgar Wraith, this timeShow More Summary
Version 1.5.2 includes veteran dungeon, improved facial animations. ZeniMax Media has released the fifth major The Elder Scrolls Online update.Click here to read the full article