The DLCs for 'Elder Scrolls Online' finally came out for the Thieves Guild and the Dark Brotherhood. But not as patches.
The video that led me to Nick, known on YouTube as the ASMRnerd, was “Soft-Spoken ASMR: Elder Scrolls Maps.” I have no idea how I found it–probably late at night in a semi-conscious YouTube trance. “Join me for a relaxing cartographic journey across Tamriel and its provinces,” the description reads. Show More Summary
Good news, Skyrim fans. Bethesda's upcoming "Special Edition" remaster of the 2011 Elder Scrolls game will support the earlier version's mods with only minimal hassle. It's mostly a question of the import process changing. That's because...Show More Summary
A remastered version of Elder Scrolls V for Windows, Xbox One and PS4. The Special Edition includes all DLC and allows console players to install fan-made mods. Those who own the original game and all DLCs will get the Special Edition as a free upgrade.
We've been closely following Bethesda's The Elder Scrolls: Legends for quite a while now, as more than a few of us at TouchArcade Towers are massive fans of collectable card games. We got to spend a little bit of time today with the game running on an iPad, and while we weren't able to record
Pick up your adventures where you left off, now in even more glorious technicolour. Skyrim Special Edition PC “should” be compatible with old saves If you currently play The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim on a PC there’s even more good news for you regarding the upcoming Special Edition re-release: Bethesda’s Pete Hines has tweeted that […]
When Bethesda announced it would host its first press conference at last year’s E3, fans of the studio knew that it meant big things were in the works. The announcement of a planned digital collectible card game, however, was not what...Show More Summary
On top of The Elder Scrolls Online content revealed at E3, players will also get new dungeons and customization options in 2017. The Elder Scrolls Online will get player housing next year Console players can now sink their teeth into The Elder Scrolls Online: Dark Brotherhood expansion PC players enjoyed, but there will be more […]
The “two large projects” Bethesda has in the works are similar in scope to Fallout 4 and Skryim, and we should expect those to land sometime before The Elder Scrolls 6. Bethesda’s two unannounced projects are big games like Fallout 4 and Skyrim Speaking with IGN at E3 2016, company VP of public relations Pete […]
Dungeons, barber shops and houses are coming to Zenimax's ever-changing MMO.
Elder Scrolls Online players can now become a part of The Dark Brotherhood in the games latest DLC, now available on Xbox One....
A new, improved version of Skyrim is coming to consoles and PCs this fall -- and if you already own the original game and its DLC, you get the update free.
Bethesda have confirmed that a sixth game in their Elder Scrolls fantasy roleplaying saga is in development, surprising absolutely no-one. However, they have stressed that this is not a formal announcement of the game, merely the fact that they are working on it. Show More Summary
Bethesda Game Studios head Todd Howard stated in an interview at E3 2016 that the developer has at least two major projects in the works before we will hear anything about the sixth installment of its popular Elder Scrolls fantasy RPG series. ...
An enhanced remaster of The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim releases on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC this October. This new Special Edition is the first we've seen of this series on either console to date - it's a native 1920x1080 production, and based on trailer footage so far, it's also seemingly set to run at 30fps. Show More Summary
Todd Howard confirms what we suspected. Elder Scrolls 6 is a “very long way off” Todd Howard has confirmed that the next installment of the Elder Scrolls series isn’t making an appearance anytime soon. Talking to IGN’s Geoff Keighley, Howard said that Elder Scrolls 6 is “kind of like the elephant in the room always […]
Don't expect The Elder Scrolls 6 for a while. Developer Bethesda Game Studios still has a couple of other "major projects" on the docket before it returns to its beloved open-world fantasy series. Bethesda VP of PR and marketing, Pete...Show More Summary
In a long line of "me too" digital card games following the success of Hearthstone, Elder Scrolls Legends may be the one that felt the most nakedly ambitious to topple Blizzard's stronghold on the market. The mechanics appeared similar and the fantasy setting made it all seem extremely familiar. Show More Summary