1400 free spots up for grabs. The Elder Scrolls Online probably needs little introduction, being the MMO incarnation of one of the most highly regarded and best-selling fantasy series of all time and today, we've got 1400 keys for the public beta to give away.Click here to read the full article
Bethesda Softworks has announced that a large-scale public beta test for its ambitious MMORPG The Elder Scrolls Online will take place this weekend. The public beta will start at 5pm GMT this Friday, 28th February, and run until 4.59am GMT on Monday 3rd March. Show More Summary
Bethesda's Peter Hines "anxious" about subscription model, but hopes game will offer value for money. Bethesda intends to offer "huge, ongoing triple-A support" for upcoming subscription based MMO The Elder Scrolls Online.Click here to read the full article
Before working as a script producer on The Elder Scrolls Online, Alex Horn worked with Ken Rolston of Morrowind and Oblivion fame. Here's what Hornlearned....
The Elder Scrolls Online's beginning experience will become optional, as ZeniMax is making a significant change to allow players to skip over it entirely. The latest build on the public test server now gives players the option to bypass the starter islands and the connected tutorial. Show More Summary
MMORPG fans could get another chance to try out Elder Scrolls Online in a few days. ZeniMax Online Studios said today that they're about to announce details on the next beta event.Click To Continue Reading
Not that I have $500 or so to drop on an Oculus Rift when it comes out, but I must say that there's a part of me that would love to have one if more MMOs sign up to support it. Already we're seeing titles from Elder Scrolls Online to...Show More Summary
After an NDA that lasted so long it seemed poised to continue until a month after launch, The Elder Scrolls Online has finally dropped its NDA for testers, giving everyone who's played in a previous test a chance to sound off about the game. Show More Summary
A new video has been released for The Elder Scrolls Online. In this video, the developers show off some gameplay footage and discuss some of the core features of the game’s crafting system and blacksmithing …
From the moment I stepped into my first MMORPG ever, I was interested in playing a character, not just some avatar of myself on the screen. I followed the Ultima universe enough to create a believable character in that world, though I didn't play as long as I would have liked. Show More Summary
The Elder Scrolls Online looks to be rewarding players who want to put effort into crafting. The keen eye ability will highlight scroungable resources so you don't miss precious elements. Or flowers. You can even gain enough expertise in weapon types that people seek you out to craft custom gear that you've mastered. Show More Summary
In other massively multiplayer online role-playing games, blacksmithing involves find a forge in town and clicking about a bit. In The Elder Scrolls Online, you've got to kill some tigers first. Read more...
Lead devs show off the game's crafting system. A new Elder Scrolls Online developer video offers a detailed look at the game's crafting system.Click here to read the full article
Fans wanting to get a taste of crafting in The Elder Scrolls Online can watch a new dev play session video that highlights blacksmithing while describing crafting as a whole. In ESO, crafters will control not only the the type of materials an item is made out of and its level but its innate properties and look as well. Show More Summary
ZeniMax partially dropped the NDA for Elder Scrolls Online, and while we can't really talk about stuff past level 15, we can talk about factions. There are three of them: The Ebonheart Pact, the Aldmeri Dominion, and the Daggerfall Covenant. Nords, Dunmer, and Argonian players will belong to Ebonheart. Show More Summary
Those of you who hang on every word flowing from the Elder Scrolls Online developers will be happy to know there's a new Ask Us Anything on the official ESO website. What does it address this round? Pre-orders and CE edition queries! By default, players will have eight characters with which to explore every facet of the game. Show More Summary
If you play as many MMOs as I do, one of the first questions you'll probably have is "what is the maximum level cap, and how long does it take to reach it?" Well with The Elder Scrolls Online, we may have an answer. According to playtesters, the amount of time it's estimated to take to reach level 50 is 150 hours. Show More Summary
We've always wanted to play Skyrim with friends. But Elder Scrolls Online may have other ideas...
ZeniMax Online Studios has finally lifted the non-disclosure agreement for Elder Scrolls Online. Beta testers can now talk freely about their experiences with the MMORPG.Click To Continue Reading
It might not be the game Skyrim fans are looking for, but here's why we're looking forward to the MMO.