Bethesda has unveiled the Tamriel Unlimited edition of the title and revealed it'll now be buy-to-play.
The Elder Scrolls Online will go sub-free in a few months, with Bethesda removing the subscription fee in preparation for the console release on PS4 and Xbox One this June. Read more...
We are excited to announce that The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited edition will be arriving on PS4 on Tuesday, June 9th! This marks the first time in the series' history that you'll be able to play an Elder Scrolls game on PlayStation with your friends.
Two major announcements regarding The Elder Scrolls Online. The first, a 9th June release date for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions of game (a year later than originally planned). The second: TESO will no longer require a subscription fee to play. Show More Summary
When The Elder Scrolls Online's Update 6 launches later this month, characters with the provisioning skill should go make us a sammich. Just kidding. But if you do decide to make us a sammich, you'll find the process much more streamlined...Show More Summary
Here’s Watch Mojo’s top 10 most dissapointing games of 2014: #10: Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes #9: Yoshi’s New Island #8: Driveclub #7: The Sims 4 #6: The Elder Scrolls Online #5: The Evil Within #4: Thief #3: Assassin’s Creed:Show More Summary
Elder Scrolls Online's Update 6 will introduce the Champion System, which is a "new way to continue your character's growth and customization" at endgame. Once you reach Veteran Rank 1, the system unlocks across your account and allows...Show More Summary
One bit of news is official, the other is unofficial and certainly rumor. We’ll go with the rumor from an unsubstantiated source first and that is this; The Elder Scrolls Online is no longer investigating a free-to-play transition, but fully preparing to make the business model change. Reports from retail sources across the globe are [&hellip
More Australian retailers have apparently lined up to pull boxed copies of The Elder Scrolls Online from store shelves. Aussie gaming site Games.On.net reports that both Harvey Norman and JB Hi-Fi have deleted copies of the game from their physical stores. Show More Summary
May not be part of a normal stock recall.
A total of three Australian retailers reportedly pull stock of the MMORPG from sale.
In the wake of news that EB Games are removing all copies of Elder Scrolls Online from all stores, Games.on.net is reporting that Harvey Norman is following suit. More »
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The new endgame champion system coming to Elder Scrolls Online in Update 6 is the talk of Tamriel, and ZeniMax is evaluating feedback carefully to make sure that it launches without a hitch. The studio announced on Friday that it will be making a change to how it will convert veteran ranks to champion points. Show More Summary
Microsoft Store briefly lists unconfirmed release date. Elder Scrolls Online could be gearing up for a launch on consoles in February.Click here to read the full article
A quiet shutdown or a for-pay game gearing up to go free-to-play? That?s the question on everyone?s mind as word trickles out that The Elder Scrolls Online is being pulled from shelves at quite a few major retailers.Click To Continue Reading
The Elder Scrolls Online is reportedly being pulled from stores of Australian video game retail chain, EB Games. Kotaku reports that a directive has been issued to send copies of The Elder Scrolls Online, and its pre-paid cards, back to the publisher. Show More Summary
Let's just start with the disclaimers, for those who have forgotten: Online retailers do not necessarily know the date of releases any more than you do. They just enter a future date for preorders and go. Amazon's release date for the...Show More Summary
The Elder Scrolls Online related material would reportedly removed by January 13.
We’ve just learned that a directive, sent to all EB Games stores, has asked that all copies of Elder Scrolls Online — including the pre-paid cards — are to be sent back to the publisher. More »