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Barely a month after the game's release for next-generation consoles, the Xbox One and the PlayStation 4, "The Elder Scrolls Online" received a huge patch recently, according to reports.
Mojang means Minecraft. But that's not the only thing the Microsoft-owned developer tinkers away at. Scrolls was another project: an online card-based battle game that's available across PC, Mac and tablets. Unfortunately, the title has reached the end of its life, with the developer announcing that it will discontinue work on the game. Show More Summary
The creative director on The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited, Paul Sage, has departed from the company and has moved on to begin work under Gearbox Software on an undisclosed project. Bethesda has already filled in a replacement and will continue to advance The Elder Scrolls Online in the direction they see fit.Click To Continue Reading
Mojang, the development studio best known for their hit sandbox game Minecraft, have just announced the end of active development for their only other game, the trading card-based fantasy title Scrolls. The game was first announced in 2011 and had a long alpha and beta testing period before it was officially launched in December 2014.
The Elder Scrolls Online's Creative Director leaves Zenimax for Borderlands studio Gearbox.
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The creative director of The Elder Scrolls Online has left to join Gearbox Software. Paul Sage, creative director of The Elder Scrolls Online, has left his job less than three weeks after the game launched on PS4 and Xbox One. According to Eurogamer, Sage will now work as creative director on a new project, most […]
Paul Sage, creative director of The Elder Scrolls Online, has quit the project. Confirmation of his departure and new posting comes less than three weeks after Bethesda's MMO launched for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Sage has now joined Borderlands developer Gearbox Software as creative director on an unknown project. Read more…
PlayStation 4 and Xbox One users wondering why the patch for The Elder Scrolls Online’s PS4 patch is so large, should note it includes the first three patches from the PC version. Coming in at 15.9GB, the patch improves overall in-game performance, the queue system screen and common in-game crashes. Invisible NPCs won’t occur as […]
Bethesda Softworks and Zenimax Online have announced both the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 versions of The Elder Scrolls Online have received a major patch that improves its overall in-game performance, the queue system screen, and some of the more common in-game crashes. Show More Summary
The Elder Scrolls Online is already familiar to PC users, having already been out for more then a year, leaving console users behind. Finally, Bethesda have brought The Elder Scrolls Online to the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, whilst also getting rid of the subscription price. Show More Summary
Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited's v01.04 patch hits PS4 today, bringing a ton of fixes to the MMO.
The Elder Scrolls Online's PS4 patch is a colossal 15.9GB. The reason for this is that it contains all the content from the PC version's first three patches, developer ZeniMax Online Studios noted on Twitter. As such, it makes numerous changes to the game's performance, UI, questing and bug-fixing. Read more…
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Lego Jurassic World has knocked The Elder Scrolls Online off the top spot in the UK video games chart. Their roles were reversed last week - their debut week. Lego Jurassic World's success is buoyed by Chris Pratt, handsome star of Hollywood blockbuster Jurassic World, which launched 11th June. Show More Summary
I dread to think how much time I've devoted to The Elder Scrolls over the years. I've loved each game in the series, always grateful for the chance to rekindle my still-potent childhood fantasies of stepping into a medieval world where magic and steel were in a constant battle against the forces of darkness. Show More Summary
Bethesda's first ever E3 press conference came with one honest surprise. Everything else was good to see, but expected: Dishonored 2, Fallout 4 (even with the 2015) release date, Doom and Elder Scrolls Online: all cool, but no true surprises. Right in the middle of the Fallout announcement, however, Todd Howard dropped [...]
PS4, Xbox One; Bethesda; £49.99 The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim was a game so titanically vast you could lose yourself in it for hundreds of hours and still stumble across new places. The fact that Skyrim is just one region of Tamriel tells...Show More Summary
Well, this is a surprise. The Elder Scrolls Online is currently at the top of UK retail charts, managing to sell over 100,000 copies in its first week. I really like TESO, but it is a game that released over a year ago to middling reviews on PC. Show More Summary