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"Elder Scrolls Online," a subscription-only online multi-player role playing game recently announced that it will become free to play by March 17. This means that newcomers who wish to play the game no longer need to pay regular subscription fees, but will still be required to make a one-time purchase of the game's software. Show More Summary
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The latest MMO to go the pay-to-play route is The Elder Scrolls Online. Last month's announcement was a bit of a shocker to some, as going subscription free is an indicator of bad news for MMOs. However, ZeniMax is trying its best to...Show More Summary
Elder Scrolls Online's PS4 and Xbox One release date is way later than first expected. Fortunately, ZeniMax's plans for character transfers haven't changed.Click To Continue Reading
Some of the contents of The Elder Scrolls Online's cash shop have been revealed, with the focus being on "customisation and convenience".
The Elder Scrolls Online will soon allow you to buy health, stamina, magic and experience boost potions using real-world money. These will be available from the MMO's Crown Store, which will let you convert your cash into the new crown currency. You'll also be able to buy aesthetic items: upgraded mounts, vanity pets, fancy costumes and the like. Read more…
Some of you asked us if we could share The Three Fates, the supercut CGI trailer of The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited. Also in 720p unfortunately as the previous videos. The title will be out in June.
Bethesda Softworks' massively multiplayer online (MMO) game The Elder Scrolls will be dropping its pay-to-play subscription fee starting in March, according to a new announcement. It's being rebranded as The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited. Show More Summary
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So you have a whole lot of stuff in The Elder Scrolls Online. That's great. How are you going to organize it all? With a house? Don't be ridiculous; what you need is the new Collections feature going live in the game's next major update. Show More Summary
Ready to kill and steal your way through Elder Scrolls Online's NPC population? You can thanks to Update 6's recent appearance on the public test server. The justice system is a big part of the patch, but so is the champion system which...Show More Summary
The crew of Beyond weighs in on whether or not the presence of a subscription fee impacts gamers' choice to play the tepidly received MMORPG.
Last week, a Massively commenter mentioned that he was in a 700-person guild in The Elder Scrolls Online. Yep, you read that number right! He inspired an impromptu discussion about the problems inherent in a guild of that size, suchShow More Summary
Elder Scrolls Online will be receiving the long-awaited Justice System in Update 6. The Justice System allows players to pursue a life of crime.Click To Continue Reading
"Justice is coming to Tamriel," according to ZeniMax's latest website notice. It's probably more accurate to say that criminality is coming to Tamriel, though. More specifically, Elder Scrolls Online's upcoming Update 6 features theShow More Summary
Even if you were among the many players predicting a business model shift for The Elder Scrolls Online, a change in business models can be kind of disturbing. Suddenly the game doesn't behave according to all of the same rules you've been familiar with since launch. Show More Summary
"Elder Scrolls Online" will remove its subscription fee and will be free to play starting on March 17.
If you've been keeping track of Elder Scrolls Online you might remember that the game was delayed for the Xbox One and PS4. The delay has allowed Zenimax Online, a subsidiary of Zenimax, to focus on cleaning the game up for home consoles and optimizing the specs for the highest performance afforded for the eighth-gen machines. Click To Continue Reading
Tons of big news this week! The Order has gone gold, Borderlands 2 & the Pre-Sequel are coming to PS4, Plex is now available on PS4 & PS3, Powers premieres March 10th, The Elder Scrolls Online launches on PS4 June 9th, FFXIV Patch 2.5 is now live, and more.