So the big E3 MMO news centered on consoles this year, with existing titles like DC Universe Online and PlanetSide 2 as well as upcoming projects like The Elder Scrolls Online and Final Fantasy XIV's reboot unveiling their plans forShow More Summary
I eagerly consumed about 45 minutes of The Elder Scrolls Online during E3 this week. I stayed glued to my keyboard and headphones until the expo hall closed and I was told to clear out. Part of this time was spent interviewing the nearest...Show More Summary
The more convention coverage I read and the more conventions I go to, the more I'm concerned by them. The atmosphere is unlike anything I've ever experienced before, and rubbing shoulders with the developers of some of my favorite games has its perks. Show More Summary
1.FIFA 13 2.CRYSIS 3 3.BATTLEFIELD 3 4.SKYLANDERS: GIANTS 5.THE ELDER SCROLLS V: SKYRIM 6.CALL OF DUTY: BLACK OPS II 7.TOMB RAIDER 8.FAR CRY 3 9.NEED FOR SPEED: MOST WANTED 10.NHL 13 11.ASSASSIN'S CREED III 12.GRAND THEFT AUTO IV 13.SLY...Show More Summary
Bill Blazkowicz, hero of the original Wolfenstein games, has been in a coma for 14 years. He awakened in 1960 to some rather terrible news: Hitler won the war, thanks to some kind of unknown tec...
The popular role playing game is now an open world MMO.
Yes, it's as awesome as the single-player games.
Bethesda has claimed that if the 150 hours of content it takes you to hit max level isn't enough for you, you can do it again.
E3 is the time and place for game creators to show their work, and Bethesda is no exception. The company offered a quick presentation of The Elder Scrolls Online, which consisted of a short introduction video followed by a brief play session. Show More Summary
I was kind of new, so I figured I'd practice on some sheep first. A little blood, some meat, some fat. Interesting, but kind of simple. I understood some of the basics on how to move and fight, but I figured I should check out the town. Show More Summary
It was a productive afternoon: I rescued a pig, solved a murder, and foiled a regicide—not bad for a sell-sword who's 90 years-young. At this year's E3 I scored some time with a beta build of Bethesda's new MMORPG, The Elder Scrolls Online. Show More Summary
The thought of a massively-multiplayer online The Elder Scrolls on consoles terrifies me. Perhaps I'm just cynical. Logistics aside, it's great in theory to see MMO support on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One -- confirmed for TES Online this...Show More Summary
Elder Scrolls faithful will have to catch this E3 trailer narrated by Sir Michael Gambon (aka. Dumbledore) that shows off some gameplay for The Elder Scrolls Online MMO due out Spring 2014 for …
Bethesda Softworks announced The Elder Scrolls Online will be made available on Xbox One and PlayStation 4 in spring 2014. Like It, +1, Tweet It, Pin It Original content from Ubergizmo.
Bethesda Softworks announced that The Elder Scrolls Online is also hitting Playstation 4 and Xbox One in Spring 2014. Trailer and screens after the break.
Bethesda Softworks hit gamers with an announcement not nearly as surprising as the Red Wedding. As part of its E3 announcements, Bethesda revealed that its upcoming ‘more like a multiplayer The Elder Scrolls’ RPG is heading to the next-gen consoles in addition to the already-announced PC and Mac clients. The title will be available for
"Never have our choices weighed more heavily," boasts the narrator. That's hard to believe, considering we're talking about an MMORPG—but hey. Awesome-looking (and sounding!) trailer. Those first-person shots really help give it that Elder Scrolls feel. And... oh, yeah. The game's coming to next-gen consoles, too. Read more...
Will launch alongside the newly announced PS4 and Xbox One editions. Bethesda has confirmed that the PC and Mac versions of The Elder Scrolls Online have been delayed from their originally targeted 2013 launch window to 2014.Click here...Show More Summary
MMO spin-off to get PS4-exclusive beta test. Bethesda's Elder Scrolls Online is in development for PS4 and Xbox One, it was confirmed today.Click here to read the full article Related Stories PlayStation 4 E3 guide: All the news / screens...Show More Summary
The Elder Scrolls is going massively multiplayer and online. See it here.