This week we're discussing the latest Borderlands news, Elder Scrolls Online, and free-to-play Evolve.
Bethesda Softworks released their final cinematic trailer (previously), “The Confrontation“, for their massively multiplayer online game The Elder Scrolls Online. At the end of the trailer, Bethesda announces that they will be dropping the monthly subscription fees to play and a release date for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles on June 9, 2015. […]
Yesterday's reveal that The Elder Scrolls Online will go buy-to-play in March has prompted much speculation about the nature of the cash shop, the ethics of the switchover, the continued viability of the game, and the quality, cost, and frequency of the promised DLC. Show More Summary
ZeniMax has released a 23-minute "supercut" of its Elder Scrolls Online trailer series. The firm says that the CG production was "over a year in the making," and the final bit -- dubbed The Confrontation -- brings the battle for Imperial City to an end and reveals "a new and horrific threat to Tamriel." Click past the cut to have a look. Show More Summary
News broke yesterday that The Elder Scrolls Online is losing its mandatory subscription model. This was expected by anyone who had watched the evolution of the MMO space over the past decade or so, and we at Forbes even had an office pool as to when this would happen. I wrongly predicted two months ago, […]
Yesterday's news that The Elder Scrolls Online is going buy-to-play in time for its console launch surprised... well, not many of Massively's readers. You pretty much saw it coming. Some folks around here said this move was a certainty even before launch and consequently refused to buy it, deciding that patience would pay off. Show More Summary
Microsoft reveals the future, with Windows 10, HoloLens, Cortana, and Spartan, BlackBerry wants app neutrality, Twitter launches While You Were Away, The Elder Scrolls Online is set free, and LittleBigPlanet does Game Of Thrones. Microsoft Reveals The Future Microsoft has revealed a host of details regarding its plans for the future. Show More Summary
Hits PS4 and Xbox One in June, will be free-to-play on PC and Mac in March. Bethesda has announced a release date for the console versions of The Elder Scrolls Online, alongside plans to drop the game's subscription requirement on all platforms. Click here to read the full article
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Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited for PS4/ Xbox One revealed & Xbox One to stream to Windows. Plus, Alien: Isolation passes 1 million, Evo 2015 revealed & State of Decay's lack of multiplayer.
Elder Scrolls Online's forthcoming buy-to-play conversion is a hot topic at the moment, but sadly it doesn't do much for me on a personal level. Even if I hadn't already played and enjoyed ESO for a significant chunk of 2014, I don't have the time for another grindpark, however well made it may be and however well it scratches my IP-related itches. Show More Summary
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? Read more...
Been thinking of getting into Elder Scrolls Online? Bethesda's got two big announcements that just might make you one of Tamriel's permanent residents. The post Elder Scrolls Online Comes to Consoles, Goes Free-to-Play appeared first on WIRED.
Despite its promise, The Elder Scrolls Online hasn’t had the best time of it since it launched last April. Almost immediately,
Elder Scrolls Online will soon be playable without a monthly subscription. PC, Mac, PS4 and Xbox One owners will only need to purchase the game to play it.Click To Continue Reading
Starting March 17th, PC/Mac players will no longer be required to pay a monthly subscription for the Bethesda Softworks title. The same applies to console players when The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited hits PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on June 9th. To celebrate the news the publisher has released the fourth and final cinematic trailer.
When I reviewed The Elder Scrolls Online back at launch I thought it had potential, but not enough to keep people paying for subscription time. Plenty of MMOs have enjoyed a subscription-based model, and games like World of Warcraft and Final Fantasy XIV give you enough content to sustain said model. Show More Summary
Bethesda Softworks announced this morning that the Elder Scrolls Online, the company’s first foray into the world of massively multiplayer online gaming, is dropping its subscription fee and going free-to-play. We totally saw this coming. Before Elder Scrolls Online went live on April 4th of last year, I got into a email discussion with several of my Forbes Games colleagues […]
After suddenly delaying the title last May, Bethesda is finally giving us a release date for its Elder Scrolls MMO. Mark your calendars: June 9th is the date The Elder Scrolls Online (now subtitled Tamriel Unlimited) comes to Xbox One and PlayStation...
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