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GameStop Black Friday has a bunch of MMOs on sale

Well, this came out of left field for us. GameStop just started up its digital PC Games Black Friday Sale. We're seeing a slew of MMOs in the Top Deals section, with The Elder Scrolls Online and WildStar for only $20 and Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn for $10. These are all the lowest ever prices we've seen from a legitimate, authorized retailer. Show More Summary

Where Is Elder Scrolls Online for PS4? - Podcast Beyond

The crew of Beyond wonders whether or not the console ports of the game have been canceled because of the poor sales performance on consoles.

Elder Scrolls unveils its six-month loyalty reward

ZeniMax has revealed its six-month subscriber reward for players of The Elder Scrolls Online. The devs are continuing with the vanity pet theme introduced for the three-month reward, only instead of a High Hrothgar Wraith, this timeShow More Summary

Fifth major Elder Scrolls Online update released

Version 1.5.2 includes veteran dungeon, improved facial animations. ZeniMax Media has released the fifth major The Elder Scrolls Online update.Click here to read the full article

Elder Scrolls Online's Update 5 goes live, reduces VR grind

ZeniMax has published Elder Scrolls Online's Update 5. The patch features improved facial animations, chat bubbles, dungeon and solo-instance scaling, and the Veteran City of Ash. Speaking of veterans, they'll probably be happy to know that the devs are continuing to roll out the previously announced veteran rank revamp with Update 5. Show More Summary

Elder Scrolls Online Delayed to End of 2014 or Early 2015, Elder Scrolls Lore Books to Be Released

While Bethesda's "Elder Scrolls Online" has been released for the Windows PC April 4 earlier this year, the Playstation 4 and Xbox One ports are still awaiting release to the public. The next-gen console ports were originally scheduled for a June release this year but the company announced a six-month delay pushing the release to later this 2014 or early 2015.

Elder Scrolls Online is getting some scary monster face hats

When Massively newswriters are looking for news to write, they generally look first to the Massively newsroom. The Massively newsroom is a place where editors dump links that can be turned into stories, and more often than not said links...Show More Summary

Delve deeper into Elder Scrolls with two new book series

Why have Elder Scrolls Online only on your gaming machines when you can also have it on your bookshelves? Bethesda has partnered again with Titan Books to create two new series that delve deeper into the world of Elder Scrolls, one focusing on ESO and the other on Skyrim. Show More Summary

Leaderboard: Which 2014 MMO will be the most financially successful?

2014 is winding down, and when it comes to big triple-A MMO releases, it's basically over already. The Elder Scrolls Online, WildStar, and ArcheAge all debuted this year and apart from their differing premises, mechanics, and reception,...Show More Summary

ZeniMax seeking feedback on Elder Scrolls' Update 5

Elder Scrolls Online's Update 5 is big. It's so big that ZeniMax is offering test server players a lengthy list of suggestions as to what they should be testing. More specifically, the dev team is seeking feedback on the veteran City of Ash dungeon as well as on crafting writs and the new crafting tutorials. Show More Summary

Guild leaders converge for The Elder Scrolls Online's first guild summit

If you weren't invited to The Elder Scrolls Online's current guild summit... well, don't feel bad; only the leaders of 20 guilds and online communities were invited. But it's still kind of nail-biting. What could they be talking about...Show More Summary

The Daily Grind: Are you happy with the MMO genre at the moment?

Now that WildStar, The Elder Scrolls Online, and ArcheAge have gotten their launches out of the way, it's kinda slim pickings for players looking forward to the next big MMO. There really isn't one in the pipeline unless you count Warlords of Draenor. Show More Summary

The Elder Scrolls Online asks players for a tale of the dead

Aw, jeez. That can't have been happy. There's a story behind that picture, you just know it; people don't just grow spears while sitting down with some wine and cheese. And what is that story, you ask? Well, that's up to you! The Elder...Show More Summary

Elder Scrolls Online Update 4 Adds New Quests, Challenges

Quests, a challenging arena mode, and many other features await you in the latest update for The Elder Scrolls Online.

Creating ESO: Dragonstar Arena

Learn more about Dragonstar Arena, a challenging new feature in The Elder Scrolls Online.

The Elder Scrolls Online moves up to Upper Craglorn in Update 4

You've been to Craglorn? Pff, that's boring now. Upper Craglorn is where the real action is these days. And by complete coincidence, Upper Craglorn is now open on The Elder Scrolls Online's servers, as the game's fourth major update has just dropped. Show More Summary

Elder Scrolls ups VR cap, adds upper Craglorn and more

Did you know that Elder Scrolls Online's fourth major content patch came out today? It sure did, and judging by the 1.4.3 notes it's a biggun. ZeniMax has added the upper region of Craglorn and a new trial called Sanctum Ophidia. The four-player Dragonstar Arena with its 10 stages of monsters is live, too, along with a VR level cap bump to 14. Show More Summary

Elder Scrolls Online dev confirms lay-offs

There have been lay-offs at The Elder Scrolls Online developer Zenimax Online Studios, the company has confirmed, but the message is that this is routine, six months after launch, and there's still "a large work force" working on the massively multiplayer online role-playing game. Show More Summary

Elder Scrolls Online dev suffers layoffs

3 months agoEntertainment / Video Games : CVG

Zenimax "strongly committed to The Elder Scrolls Online". Zenimax Online Studios, a subsidiary of Zenimax Media, suffered layoffs on Wednesday, it has been confirmed.Click here to read the full article

Elder Scrolls Online Developer Suffers Layoffs

"We remain strongly committed to The Elder Scrolls Online," said Bethesda in the wake of confirmed layoffs.

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