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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

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.

ZeniMax, Elder Scrolls Online hit with layoffs

ZeniMax has confirmed earlier Twitter rumors of layoffs -- sorry, "adjusted staffing" -- within the Elder Scrolls Online studio with the following statement made to our sister site Joystiq: As is the norm for games of this type, we had...Show More Summary

Elder Scrolls Online hit with layoffs, Zenimax will continue to 'invest heavily'

Zenimax Online Studios experienced a round of layoffs this morning. The studio is currently working on The Elder Scrolls Online for publisher Bethesda. "As is the norm for games of this type, we had ramped up a large workforce to develop a game of...

Tamriel Infinium: Five reasons to return to Elder Scrolls Online

Today seems as good a time as any to mention returning to Elder Scrolls Online. I'm not talking personally, mind you, as I've been playing pretty consistently since early access. The winds of MMO change are doing their thing, though,...Show More Summary

The scoop on Elder Scrolls Online's Dragonstar arena

When The Elder Scrolls Online's fourth update arrives next month, a new type of content will open to players: themed PvE arenas. The first of 10 such arenas, Dragonstar, is the subject of a new developer essay on the official site today. The...Show More Summary

Elder Scrolls' fourth major update teased in new concept art

When Elder Scrolls Online's fourth major update lands in September, players will be able to "discover the ruins and delves of the last region of Craglorn," according to a teaser on the fantasy MMO's website. Upper Craglorn holds theShow More Summary

The Daily Grind: What's the longest you've gone without playing an MMO?

I'm in the midst of an MMO sabbatical. I won't call it full burnout because I'm still logging into Elder Scrolls Online and Marvel Heroes to hang with friends a couple of nights per week, but other than that I've basically taken a couple...Show More Summary

Elder Scrolls Online loyalty programme announced

Vanity pet the first confirmed subscriber reward; new patch also released. ZeniMax has announced a new The Elder Scrolls Online loyalty programme. Click here to read the full article

Elder Scrolls Online Subscriber Loyalty Program Revealed

Anyone who's subscribed for three or more months will net a Wraith pet, with more rewards on the way.

Elder Scrolls Online subscriber loyalty program announced

The developer of Elder Scrolls Online has launched a new initiative to reward paying subscribers. ZeniMax Online Studios has revealed a loyalty program which will gift players a free in-game pet if you buy at least three months' worth of game time. The next reward - yet to be detailed - will unlock if you pay for at least six months of game time. Read more…

The Elder Scrolls Online plans 4v4 arenas, veteran rewards

In a fresh entry on The Elder Scrolls Online's official site, Game Director Matt Firor has penned the latest Road Ahead update, in which he discusses the game's recent patch as well as what's in store for players next month. Of note,...Show More Summary

Tamriel Infinium: The sweet and sour of Elder Scrolls' new dye system

So, armor dyes! Elder Scrolls Online now has them. They're pretty slick, too, and they add quite a bit of personality and personalization options to my Tamrielian alter-ego. The dye process is straightforward. In fact, the hardest thing about it is finding a dye station, which isn't very hard at all. Show More Summary

More Incredible Faces Of Skyrim

Last month we alerted you all to the Faces of Skyrim, an online exhibition that focused on displaying the absolute best of video game portraiture in The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. This month the project released a second batch of portraits taken in-game. Prepare for amazement. More »      

Elder Scrolls Online's 'Tales of the Dead' contest seeks storytellers

If you've spent even an hour in an Elder Scrolls RPG, you're certain to have stumbled into one of the iconic corpse-and-letter storytelling scenes created by the writers and world builders. This week, ZeniMax is giving Elder ScrollsShow More Summary

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