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
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
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
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
A new video has been released for Skywind, the ambitious remake of The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind. This trailer features 13 minutes of exploration taken from a recent Twitch stream of the title. The world of Skywind is created entirely in the Skyrim engine, making it a more graphically updated version of the original Morrowind which came out several years ago. As of […]
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
Anyone who's subscribed for three or more months will net a Wraith pet, with more rewards on the way.
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…
It was only a mod, they said. What could possibly be scary about a mod? Read more...
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
Some wonderful people have, for a while now, been dragging The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind into the engine used by the series' fifth game, Skyrim. It's a long, tough job, but after loads of trailers and environmental fly-bys, we've got a good look today at some actual walkin' around. Read more...
If you've played a role-playing game in the last several years, be it Mass Effect or The Elder Scrolls, chances are that most of the game involved people asking you to go places, bop things on the head, and return with items for a reward. Unless you've played The Witcher. Read more...
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
Modders have made breathtaking improvements to The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim, a game that was visually impressive on its own. Real tender love and care has gone into making the fantasy world and its people more believable and lifelike. These portraits artfully capture that hard work.
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 »
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
The ever-rising Sir Daniel Fortesque shall live once more, thanks to a mod aimed at recreating the first four levels of the classic MediEvil in The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. Read more...
Say what you will about the Daedric Princes of The Elder Scrolls games, but some of them have a keen eye for fashion. Case in point: Nocturnal, lady of night and darkness, clads her servants - the Nightingales - in the kind of outfit we imagine...
Fans of the Elder Scrolls online will enjoy this Heroes Guides to the Elder Scrolls. It is the ultimate guide to The Elder Scrolls Online. You don’t just get one book. Or even two. You get three books and a lithograph, all in a heavy-duty clamshell case. It is a limited edition of 10,000 so […]
The Elder Scrolls Online's third major patch officially arrives today, bringing with it a vast new dye system, customizable guild ranks, guild heraldry, and bid contracts for public guild merchants. Patch notes have been published to...Show More Summary