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.
GameSpace.com has a new interview with Elder Scrolls Online Game Director Matt Firor. In it, he answers a number of questions about Morrowind, the forthcoming Warden class, ESO Plus membership, Homestead, ESO's longevity and a lot more.
When Morrowind launches in June for Elder Scrolls Online, it's bringing with it one of the features that's long been requested by ESO fans: Battlegrounds PVP. As any Tamriel fan can tell you, Cyrodiil's large-scale persistent warfare is fun, but sometimes you just want to get in, smash some faces, and get some rewards.
During last week's press event at Zenimax Online Studios, we were given a slew of information on all of the upcoming Elder Scrolls Online Chapter's content. One of the chief new features being added with the update is the Warden class. The game's fifth class is one for everyone to enjoy, as it's the game's first true hybrid - a healer, a tank, and a DPS rolled into one.
The Elder Scrolls Online has become one of the premiere MMORPGs in North America and Europe. Really, when you think about it, there are just four big earning traditional MMOs in the West: World of Warcraft, Final Fantasy XIV, SWTOR, and ESO. Zenimax's flagship MMO has come a long way since launch to dominate the charts, and this June its first big Chapter will be the culmination of everything the team has learned since 2014's original release.
We've received word that console Elder Scrolls Online players can now go claim a part of Tamriel thanks to the launch of the Homestead update. With Homestead, players can immediately get hold of a small home via an initial quest line that will then unlock the ability to eventually own up to 40 instanced homes, all of which are unlocked account-wide.