The Elder Scrolls Online is a fantasy MMORPG from Zenimax Online Studios and Bethesda Softworks based on the popular Elder Scrolls series. The game takes place during the Age of Heroes, 1,000 years before the events of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, and will feature classic regions of the Tamriel game world, including Morrowind, Daggerfall, and Skyrim. The Elder Scrolls Online will have solo and group questing, public dungeons, guilds, and massive PvP warfare that sets the game's three player factions against one another for control over the region of Cyrodiil and the throne of Tamriel.
Elder Scrolls Online players can take part in an unusual event beginning today. In celebration of the first anniversary since the release of Imperial City, the team has unveiled a new event that will run through September 6th and includes a new Collector's Bundle, double drop rates on Imperial City items (Stonefire Imp pet, Soul-Shriven skin and Tel Var Stones), and a 50% off the Imperial City DLC.
During Gamescom last week, it was announced that Crown Crates would be coming to Elder Scrolls Online with the One Tamriel update. The announcement sparked a lot of discussion so we went straight to the source to ask Matt Firor for more details. See what he had to say in our exclusive interview.
The Elder Scrolls Online PTR will be updated next week with the One Tamriel update that will go live in October. One Tamriel is an anticipated update that will open up the game without barriers to level. Players will be able to go anywhere and play in any order they wish while simultaneously having their characters scaled and balanced for the area.
The Elder Scrolls Online will be getting new Crown Shop boxes containing random cosmetic items in the future. The boxes will be for sale in the item shop and can contain mounts and other cosmetic items. The Reddit and official ESO forums are busy with debates raging about the merits of adding such a thing and with prognostications for the future.
Recently Elder Scrolls Online updated its dungeons and Trial content to make it more accessible to all players. We had the opportunity to chat with Creative Director Rich Lambert and Dungeon Lead Mike Finnigan to learn more about why and how those changes were made.
Elder Scrolls Online console players will be pleased to know that Update 11: Shadows of the Hist has officially launched for both XBox One and PlayStation 4. Players will bring brings two new dungeons, the Style Parlor, cosmetic and quality of life improvements to the game.
Shadows of the Hist, the most recent DLC added to Elder Scrolls Online, just launched on August 1st for PC. We've been dabbling for a bit on the PTR, and now on live, and have come to a verdict on the Argonian-centric dungeon and cosmetically focused expansion.
The Elder Scrolls Online site has been updated with the news that the Shadows of the Hist update is now live. Shadows of the Hist brings with it the new Style Parlor, costume dying, two new dungeons, base game updates and much more.
Our own Bill Murphy is going to be hosting a special live stream event beginning at 10:00 am Pacific / 1:00 pm Eastern along with Zenimax devs to show off the forthcoming Elder Scrolls Online dungeon, Ruins of Mazzatun. Join us in our MMORPG.com Live Stream channel to see the dungeon in action!
When the next DLC for Elder Scrolls Online launches, Shadows of the Hist will bring with it a brand new Style Parlor to tweak and adjust your characters' looks, as well as a whole new dye system for your normal armor and the outfits you've collected over time in ESO. We chatted with the team at Zenimax Online Studios about the additions and what they mean for every player of Elder Scrolls Online.