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It sounds like The Elder Scrolls Online’s new player housing system will be super customisable

The Elder Scrolls Online makes Skyrim’s house making look pretty boring by comparison. The next big update for The Elder Scrolls Online is called Homestead, and is due in February 2017. The free content drop finally introduces player housing, and in a pretty impressive way. There will be “nearly 40” unique homes to choose from […]

Build your own home in the Homestead update for Elder Scrolls Online

Hearthfire may not have been the best DLC for Skyrim, but fans latched onto the base-building mechanics and loved their inclusion in Fallout 4. Many felt it was an integral part of the fun factor for the title, allowing you to stake a claim in the vast world Bethesda had created. Show More Summary

How to get every achievement in Skyrim Special Edition on Xbox One

Skyrim is the fifth installment of the high fantasy series, Elder Scrolls by Bethesda. It has a grand total of 1550 for your gamerscore and a hefty 75 achievements, spanning the main game and three DLCs. Are you getting Dovah-keen to unlock them all? Quests with rare achievements will be denoted with a double asterisk (like so: Dragonslayer - 50G). Show More Summary

The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion joins Xbox One backward compatible list

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim got the remaster treatment, so Oblivion fans will have to be content with the game now being playable on their Xbox One through backward compatibility. Microsoft quietly added it to its list official list,...Show More Summary

Pokemon Sun/Moon take third in GameStop's most-requested holiday games

The following info comes from GameStop's recent customer poll about top-requested games for the holiday... 1. Final Fantasy XV 2. Battlefield 1 3. Pokemon Sun/Moon 4. Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare 5. The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition

Oblivion is now backwards compatible on Xbox One for all you Adoring Fans

Sure, Skyrim: Special Edition has all the newest graphics and mod support, but if you want to experience The Elder Scrolls the way it was meant to be experienced - buggy, and starring like, six voice actors total - you need to pop in your copy of The Elder Scrolls 4: Oblivion

The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion among latest games added to Xbox backwards compatibility

Though the revamped Skyrim Special Edition may be the new hotness in the world of Elder Scrolls right now, fans of the series on Xbox One can now take on another classic in the series: Oblivion....

The Elder Scrolls Online is free on Xbox One right through the weekend, in case Skyrim SE has reignited the Bethesda bug for you

The Elder Scrolls Online invites you to come see what happens in Bethesda’s universe 1,000 years before Skyrim. The Elder Scrolls Online will be free for Xbox Live Gold members from later today right through the weekend, giving you plenty of time to get to know and love the MMORPG. The free log-in period begins […]

Skyrim Special Edition patch 1.3 now in Steam beta

Bethesda has had some issues with The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition, some of them being introduced by a 1.1 patch that was supposed to fix problems, but instead caused others. The 1.2 update fixed some of those, but other bugs still needed to be squashed. Show More Summary

Skyrim creator praises Switch, kinda-sorta confirms Skyrim Special Edition for the console

Bethesda director and executive producer Todd Howard talking Fallout and Elder Scrolls with Rolling Stone's Glixel publication, and invariably, the subject of Skyrim on Switch came up. "Can you really bring Skyrim with you on the go?" the editor asked, referencing the Switch. "It's the same game on the TV and on the other screen," Howard replied. Show More Summary

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition patch 1.2 is live for Xbox One

Bethesda published a blog to notify players that The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition has been patched to version 1.2 on Xbox One, hot on the heels of the update released on PS4 and PC earlier this week. Full patch notes can be found below. Show More Summary

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition patch 1.2 is live for Xbox One, PS4, and PC

Bethesda published a blog to notify players that The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition has been patched to version 1.2. Full patch notes can be found below. Highlights include bug fixes related to browsing mods and—of the utmost...Show More Summary

The Moment That Makes Morrowind A Masterpiece

Skyrim: Special Edition is a mess. It’s full of glitches, and even if the base game offers interesting stories, the remaster misses the mark. The Elder Scrolls can do much better. In fact, it already has. Let’s take a look at the series at its best. Let’s talk about Morrowind. Read more...

Skyrim Special Edition 1.2 patch out, fixing issues from 1.1 update

Bethesda has released a new 1.2 update for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition with the goal of fixing many of the issues players had with the 1.1 patch when it came out last week. The new update is out now for PC and PS4, with the patch arriving for Xbox One later this week. Show More Summary

Skyrim SE takes advantage of 4K

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition has struck us as one of the few titles showing obvious imrpovements in image quality thanks to the higher resolution. Ratchet and Clank and, to a lesser extent, Rise of the Tomb Raider, have also benefited from the jump. Here is a video of the PS4 port of this iconic Bethesda game.

Skyrim Special Edition crashing due to latest patch on PC, Xbox One, and PS4

Bethesda Game Studios released the first patch for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition yesterday, but it appears it’s causing more harm than good across PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. Skyrim Special Edition players have been...Show More Summary

Review: The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Sweet Roll

Prior to the launch of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC, Bethesda teamed up with the Sydney-based Bourke Street Bakery in order to produce limited-run batches of sweet rolls that would be...Show More Summary

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition Review

Psycho Killer, Quest For Me? Fa Fa Fa Fa Fa Fa FUS RO DAAAH! Game: The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition Developer: Bethesda Publisher: Bethesda Reviewed on: (Review copy provided by publisher) Before we dive deep into the boots...Show More Summary

Skyrim Special Edition patch fixes audio compression and 'general performance' issues

To address player complaints that audio in Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition sounded of a lower quality than in the original, Bethesda shared details on a patch to address that issue and roll out general improvements. It turns out the audio issue stemmed from compression. Show More Summary

Review: The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition

As I made my way through the world of Skyrim last week, a familiar feeling set in -- my quest isn't as joyous when I'm taking the critical path. No, like most Bethesda games, the stories that you create on your own by doing random dumb acts is where all the fun is. Show More Summary

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