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A First Look at Orsinium

Elder Scrolls Online -  Preview

There are very few quotes from cinematic trailers that really stick with players. One of the biggest ones is “You are not prepared” from the Burning Crusade opening cinematic. But Zenimax has released a trailer for the upcoming Orsinium DLC and “Welcome to my war” may become one of those infamous quotes. It got me hooked and interested in the expansion even more so than I was before I heard it shouted.Posted Oct 7, 2015 by Ryan Getchell

Imperial City From a PvE Perspective - Is it Worth It?

Elder Scrolls Online -  Column

The Elder Scrolls Online Imperial City DLC came with a host of changes, including the PvP upgrades and balance that many had been hoping for for some time. Cyrodiil is a place where many players do go to enjoy themselves, and Zenimax has stated before that its goal was to create a zone that would attract different kinds of players. So what is Imperial City like for a player like myself who often plays solo and is more of a PvE-oriented RPG player?Posted Sep 30, 2015 by Christina Gonzalez

Zenimax Listens to Its Community Once Again

Elder Scrolls Online -  Column

Once again Zenimax listens to the community. If you remember a couple weeks ago I wrote an article discussing some of my displeasures with Imperial City, mostly the fact that Imperial City is always open (unless your campaign is full) and all three factions would have access to it. Well as it turns out I wasn’t the only one who felt this way and Zenimax has heard our pleas and created a campaign with locked gates. However, is it too late for this to make a difference?Posted Sep 23, 2015 by Ryan Getchell

After Imperial City, Two Moves Zenimax Should Make

Elder Scrolls Online -  Column

The Elder Scrolls Online Imperial City DLC has finally reached both consoles and PC, and with it marks a certain chapter in the game's life. The game's console launch was successful from everything we can tell, so the DLC numbers, as well as subscriptions, are going to remain significant. Yet player activity still remains important, and Imperial City is still all shiny and new for everyone.Posted Sep 17, 2015 by Christina Gonzalez

Imperial City was Worth the Wait

Elder Scrolls Online -  Column

Imperial City has launched recently and it’s magnificent. I think this has been one of the best launches of a major content update to a MMO that I’ve ever seen. Not only has the launch gone off with very little issues. They even somehow managed to fix a major issue that has plagued the game since its official release, the lag in Cyrodiil. Yes, you read that right, the lag in Cyrodiil is almost non-existent, emphasis on almost.Posted Sep 9, 2015 by Ryan Getchell

The Battleground For Player Cash

Elder Scrolls Online -  Column

With the rollout of The Elder Scrolls Online's Imperial City on PC this week, this is the beginning of new content arriving in the game for the price of a subscription or a paid unlock. We've debated whether or not a subscription for ESO is currently worth it on here before, and ultimately, time will tell what players think, but some new plans from Zenimax may add room to discuss the idea of value further. Posted Sep 2, 2015 by Christina Gonzalez

Imperial City Gates

Elder Scrolls Online -  Column

I’ve been playing Imperial City on the PTS and been watching others play it on HitBox / Twitch. I know I say this with every expansion / update that Zenimax releases but holy Meridia this DLC is epic. The boss fights, the loot, the Tel Var system, and so many more incredibly awesome additions to the game. Except, one thing still bugs me, and that’s what I’m going to focus on this week.Posted Aug 26, 2015 by Ryan Getchell

Housing? Factions? A Long Wait, But ESO May Do It Right

Elder Scrolls Online -  Column

With the Imperial City, we’re getting a look at some of the new districts coming to the DLC. Zenimax released a guide to the new areas, with each faction’s base operating out of different districts. With bases of operations, especially ones with distinct theming, even as the game demands functional similarity, The Elder Scrolls Online is taking another step in distinguishing itself that should also carry over in another promise for upcoming content: housing.Posted Aug 19, 2015 by Christina Gonzalez

Is ESO Plus Membership Worth It?

Elder Scrolls Online -  Column

Now that QuakeCon has passed we have a view as to what is in store for ESOTU. According to Matt Firor, they are planning to release a named DLC pack every 12 weeks. This is pretty epic, considering when they first announced ESO they said they wanted to adhere to a 4-6 week content patch system. While 12 weeks is double their original goal, we’re not talking content patches anymore, we’re talking named DLC packs and all that might entail.Posted Aug 12, 2015 by Ryan Getchell

With A New Roadmap, ESO Feels Back on Track

Elder Scrolls Online -  Column

Zenimax has been sharing details about The Elder Scrolls Online’s first DLC content, The Imperial City for about three weeks. Last week’s QuakeCon presentation centralized all the details of the Imperial City all in one place, while also living up to the “Beyond” portion of the presentation’s title with some new details about what to expect from both the game and its future DLC content.Posted Aug 5, 2015 by Christina Gonzalez

Storyline vs Content

Elder Scrolls Online -  Column

Now that we have a release date for Imperial City and according to Matt Firor, Wrothgar isn’t far off either (early 2016), I want to pose a question to the community. This question is one that I’m still debating over and can’t come to an actual decision on where I stand, or where I should stand. Posted Jul 29, 2015 by Ryan Getchell

The Imperial City And Beyond

Elder Scrolls Online -  Interview

Before the live (and livestreamed) presentation for The Elder Scrolls Online at QuakeCon 2015, I had a chance to sit with Game Director Matt Firor and ask him a few questions about the game and especially the upcoming Imperial City DLC. While most of what we talked about was covered in the later presentation. Where appropriate, I've augmented Firor's replies with a little extra context from the presentation.Posted Jul 26, 2015 by Jason Winter

Console Sales Are Good - So What’s Next for All Players?

Elder Scrolls Online -  Column

Now that we’re over a month since The Elder Scrolls Online’s release on consoles, we have the next step: the announcement of the first major DLC update and how that will work, as well as hints at other features to come. It seemed like a good time to take a look at how ESO is faring on console, how PC is back on track, and what the Imperial City DLC may tell us about what we can expect from the game in the future.Posted Jul 22, 2015 by Christina Gonzalez

Which Elder Scrolls Online Faction Should You Choose?

Elder Scrolls Online -  General

In this week's quiz, we're putting your tastes and likes to the test for Tamriel. You may be Aldmeri, you may be Ebonheart, or five of you might be Daggerfall. But what SHOULD you be? This quiz will help sort it out.Posted Jul 16, 2015 by William Murphy

Imperial City - The Most Anticipated ESO Patch Yet

Elder Scrolls Online -  Column

Imperial City, it has to be the most anticipated feature that Zenimax has discussed since pre-launch and we're finally getting some information about it. The Imperial City is slated to launch August 31st for PC/MAC, September 15th for Xbox One and September 16th for the Playstation 4. It will also be going live on the Private Test Servers later this month so you will be able to test out this update for FREE before it goes on the live servers.Posted Jul 16, 2015 by Ryan Getchell

Enough With the Veteran Rank Ping Pong

Elder Scrolls Online -  Column

Players of The Elder Scrolls Online who have been around for a while know that the game underwent many large changes over the past year. I have praised Zenimax for the dedication to making improvements and listening to the community on certain points during that time. Yet, now that we’re getting our first hints at future content to come, with promises that mid-July will begin reveals about The Imperial City and more, Veteran Ranks are beginning to feel like a bit of a drag on the system.Posted Jul 8, 2015 by Christina Gonzalez

What Does Paul Sage's Departure Mean for the Future?

Elder Scrolls Online -  Column

Just a mere three weeks after the console launch of the Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unchained, Paul Sage leaves the project to become Creative Director for an unknown project at Gearbox Software. If you’re not familiar with Gearbox Software they are the creators of the Borderlands series. But what does this mean for the future of ESOTU?Posted Jul 1, 2015 by Ryan Getchell

Long Overdue PvP Changes Are Finally Happening

Elder Scrolls Online -  Column

The Elder Scrolls Online is now, despite a few typical launch hiccups, a multiplatform release. Other than a few console launch matters, it finally begins to feel like all of the game's audience is being addressed again. While some felt cast aside in part due to the console announcements and stalled changes over the past three months, we're finally at the point where new announcements can happen. Posted Jun 24, 2015 by Christina Gonzalez

The XP Boost Potion

Elder Scrolls Online -  Column

Earlier this week, Monday to be exact, Zenimax implemented something that typically has a bit of controversy around it. Experience Boost potions, I’m completely against anything that increases your leveling experience however the way ZOS implemented it is probably one of the best ways I’ve seen it done. Posted Jun 17, 2015 by Ryan Getchell

The Console Version Review in Progress

Elder Scrolls Online -  General

It’s been a long but insanely productive year for Zenimax Online Studios. Elder Scrolls Online came out, held its own, but was a rather contentious title for such a widely adored franchise. Fast forward several months and ESO is now buy to play, rebranded as “Tamriel Unlimited”, and quite frankly, it’s one of the best theme park MMORPGs on the market. And now it’s also on the PS4 and XBOX ONE. So, how does it play? Posted Jun 11, 2015 by William Murphy

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