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Zenimax Online Studios | Official Site
MMORPG | Genre:Fantasy | Status:Final  (rel 04/04/14)  | Pub:Bethesda Softworks
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Elder Scrolls Online News

Latest Headlines for Elder Scrolls Online

  • Is ESO Going F2P?

    If you went to any ESO related community forums prior to launch you'd see a common topic being discussed, Will ESO go Free to Play? This topic sparked some of the largest debates I've seen in the MMORPG community. However, after discussions comparing the pros and cons of the F2P model, the majority of the Elder Scrolls Online community did not want the F2P model. They wanted ESO to be a subscription based game.

    Reported on Aug 26, 2014
  • Loyalty Begins with a Pet

    Elder Scrolls Online players who have shown a commitment to the game will soon receive a special loyalty reward, and others as time goes on, in recognition of their support of the game. In September, Loyalty Rewards players will receive a High Hrothgar Wraith vanity pet.

    Reported on Aug 21, 2014
  • Update 4 Focuses On Group Content & Community Feedback

    If The Elder Scrolls Online's last update was focused largely upon guilds, the recent peek at update four looks to focus squarely on groups. The preview focused on such central features as Upper Craglorn, new quests, the new Serpent trial, Sanctum Ophidia, and their various modes. Still, for those hoping for more group content, both Gamescom, where ZeniMax continued to bring out competitive 3v3 modes, and the preview of the coming update should have made for a satisfying week.

    Reported on Aug 19, 2014
  • Update 4 Trailer Teases New Additions

    The Elder Scrolls Online team is getting players excited about next month's Update 4. The next patch will be focused on Craglorn, a new Trial, the Dragonstar Arena, new quests and delves and more. Check out the video to see what Update 4 is all about!

    Reported on Aug 13, 2014
  • Spotlight on the Latest PvP Changes

    ESO offers me something that I can't figure out, it keeps me entertained, it keeps me busy. I'm always trying to figure out new and better builds, and before WoW changed its talent system to incredibly simplified system, it too offered me this. However, there are aspects in ESO's PvP that have me questioning their design idea. In this week's column I want to address some of them and provide my ideas as to what would make ESO an even better experience for players.

    Reported on Aug 12, 2014
  • Guilds Take Center Stage As ESO’s Future Begins Unfolding

    Two weeks ago, the Elder Scrolls Online team presented its series of plans for the future of the game. Among these were guild features, PvP changes, new features, and a series of tweaks to make playing together and teaming up easier. With the release this week of update 1.3.3, some of these changes have begun to go into effect, along with a series of other changes.

    Reported on Aug 05, 2014
  • Armor Dyes, Guild Features & More Featured in Update 3

    Update 3 for Elder Scrolls Online has now gone live according to a post on the official site. Among the usual bug fixes and feature enhancements, the patch includes armor dyes, guild features (tabards, ranks, stores, etc.), five brand new campaigns, instant weapons swap and more.

    Reported on Aug 05, 2014
  • Emperor Reset Please?

    When The Elder Scrolls Online was in its Pre-Launch phase, one of the aspects that Zenimax used as a major selling point was the ability to be Emperor. Once you've earned it you'd be among the few who have accomplished such a feat. When Zenimax designed this system, the concept of Emperor flipping probably never crossed their minds. Even if it did, the idea of all three factions letting it happen was mind boggling.

    Reported on Jul 29, 2014
  • The Future Takes a Promising Path

    The Elder Scrolls Online is, like all MMORPGs, a work in progress, and a deeper look at the roadmap of that progress was given last week at QuakeCon. In a panel session titled The Future of The Elder Scrolls Online, details emerged about features announced in the weeks prior, as well as some surprises from the team.

    Reported on Jul 22, 2014
  • The Future of ESO & Our Interview Matt Firor

    ZeniMax Online Studios had plenty to say about The Elder Scrolls Online at this year's QuakeCon in Dallas. Seven members of the design team took nearly an hour and a half to regale the excitable crowd with enticing glimpses of the game's future, eliciting cheers and applause at the most dramatic reveals.

    Reported on Jul 20, 2014
  • SuperData Research Pegs ESO at Nearly 800,000 Subscribers

    Not only is ESO proving to have retained nearly 800,000 subscribers through June, but apparently SWTOR, LotRO, and TERA are all doing quite well as well according to new research from SuperData. Read on for details.

    Reported on Jul 18, 2014
  • ESO Headed to Steam

    Bethesda has just announced that the Elder Scrolls Online will be heading to the Steam gaming platform later today. Both the Standard and Imperial editions will be available for purchase. Find out more during a special ESO panel at this year's QuakeCon to be held tomorrow, Friday, July 18th.

    Reported on Jul 17, 2014
  • Is ESO Worth Buying?

    In my last column I asked a rather heated question, is ESO Dying? This is a question I get asked a lot during my livestreaming sessions. Another question I get asked is going to be the focus of this column. Is The Elder Scrolls Online worth buying?

    Reported on Jul 15, 2014
  • Panel - The Future of ESO

    For QuakeCon attendees, the countdown is on and one of the reasons for their giddiness is the upcoming Future of ESO panel and Q&A session. For anyone who can't attend in person, don't despair - beginning at 5 pm CDT, Friday, July 18th, Bethesda's Twitch channel will be broadcasting the panel and subsequent Q&A.

    Reported on Jul 12, 2014
  • Update 3 Previewed in New Video

    The Elder Scrolls Online team has released a new video to show off some of what players can expect when Update 3 is deployed to the game. Update 3 is expected to hit live service in early August and will bring with it a host of bug fixes and systems enhancements as well as armor dyes, tabards and other ways to customize characters. See all that's in store in the video and let us know what you think in the comments.

    Reported on Jul 10, 2014
  • Veteran Rank Changes Unifying the Game at What Cost?

    ZeniMax published a post late last week saying it planned to make a series of changes to Veteran Rank content. Those changes, which began rolling out this week, were indicative of what the studio called a desire to listen to the feedback people had been giving and gauge just where the community had been on the matter of Veteran Rank content. After listening, there were several key points.

    Reported on Jul 08, 2014
  • The Road Ahead - Armor Dye, Balance, Veteran Rewards & More

    The latest "Road Ahead" blog has been posted by Matt Firor on the official Elder Scrolls Online site. In it, details are revealed about several key features and systems that the team is working on in preparation for eventual release into the game. Included are class balance issues, the revamped Veteran Rank System, ESO's presence at this year's Quake*Con, guild enhancements, itemization, armor dyes and more.

    Reported on Jul 09, 2014
  • The Good Within Blood Drive Announced for Quake*Con 2014

    Bethesda Softworks has announced that it will be sponsoring "The Good Within Blood Drive" in partnership with the American Red Cross. The event will take place during Quake*Con 2014 to be held in Dallas, Texas on July 18th and 19th.

    Reported on Jul 08, 2014
  • The Post-50 Experience to be Overhauled

    A new post has appeared on the Elder Scrolls Online forum that will bring some welcome news to players working through Veteran content at the post-50 level: Changes are coming beginning Monday, July 7th. The team has been listening to player feedback about how content post-50 is dramatically different from all that came before. To answer to concerns and wishes of those who want to continue to be able to solo much of the content, Veteran content will be undergoing a significant change.

    Reported on Jul 04, 2014
  • Is ESO Dying or Just Carving a Niche?

    The Elder Scrolls Online is just shy of being three months old. Three months isn't very old for an MMO, especially since they are supposed to be played for years, but it's long enough for players to know if they like the game or not. Which means do they continue to pay the subscription fee or cancel their account and look for the next greatest thing. In this week's column I'm going to look at the question that has been plaguing the community for the last few weeks. Is ESO dying?

    Reported on Jul 01, 2014
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