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Zenimax Online Studios | Official Site
MMORPG | Setting:Fantasy | Status:Final  (rel 04/04/14)  | Pub:Bethesda Softworks
PVP:Yes | Distribution:Download,Retail | Retail Price:$59.99 | Pay Type:Buy to Play | Monthly Fee:Free
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Elder Scrolls Online News

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  • The Best Things about Orsinium

    Recently, I've been diving back into Elder Scrolls Online with renewed fervor. It's been a while since I really played the game regularly, and while a great DLC the Imperial City along didn't bring me back. I didn't have a truly active group of PVP friends to play with. Conversely, Hrothgar and the swell of content that is Orsinium has me logging in daily once more. Here are a few things I think make Orsinium one of ESO's best content updates.

    Reported on Nov 25, 2015
  • Black Fredas Specials to Begin on Wednesday

    Lest anyone be left out of the Black Friday madness that grips the world after the American Thanksgiving, Bethesda has announced that it will be putting tons of things up for sale on the Elder Scrolls Online store beginning on Wednesday, November 25th.

    Reported on Nov 23, 2015
  • Veteran Ranks Being Removed -- Early Planning Announced

    Rich Lambert has taken to the Elder Scrolls Online forums to let players know that Veteran Ranks are in the planning stages to be removed from the game. He does, however, say that the team is not quite ready to speak to how precisely things will change as it is still in the early, non-finalized stages of planning.

    Reported on Nov 20, 2015
  • Console Versions of Orsinium Arrive

    Elder Scrolls Online console players can now enjoy the latest DLC thanks to the final release of Orsinium for both XBox One and PlayStation 4.

    Reported on Nov 18, 2015
  • How Class Imbalance Works for ESO

    The Elder Scrolls Online has to be one of the most unbalanced games ever to be designed. Dragonknights have a high DPS value with an impressive amount of survivability options. Sorcerers are probably the most annoying classes to fight against with their easy escape abilities. Nightblades have their high burst damage, doesn't matter if they're melee range or shooting you from a distance, and Templars are the worst of them all.

    Reported on Nov 16, 2015
  • Matt Firor on Orsinium and the Future of DLC

    Now a week since going live, we caught up with Zenimax Online's Matt Firor to chat about the Orsinium DLC pack, the reception it has received, and what the team has planned for the next update.

    Reported on Nov 10, 2015
  • Opining on Orsinium

    Orsinium is a DLC pack that is filled to the brim with features such as new storylines, new solo arena, shield dyes and much more does it have the longevity needed to keep players interested until the next DLC?

    Reported on Nov 03, 2015
  • Orsinium DLC Pack Released for PC & Mac

    PC & Mac Elder Scrolls Online players can now head into the ancestral home of the Orcs thanks to the release of the Orsinium DLC. XBox One players will be able to join in on November 17th and PlayStation 4 players on November 18th.

    Reported on Nov 02, 2015
  • Tales Of Tamriel Book II To Be Released In November

    Titan Books has announced a release of the latest book in The Elder Scrolls series, called Tales of Tamriel Book II: The Lore. Just as the name of the book suggests, it focuses on the game's lore.

    Reported on Oct 23, 2015
  • Holidays - A Thing of the Future

    Starting October 22nd new cosmetic items are being implemented into the Crown Store, some of which were available as of October 8th. A lot of these items have a theme to them, guess you call them "scary-esc" type theme. Whatever the theme, they make mention that these new cosmetic items will be great additions for the Witches' Festival that happens in Elder Scrolls Lore in the month of Frostfall (October).

    Reported on Oct 20, 2015
  • A First Look at Orsinium

    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.

    Reported on Oct 06, 2015
  • Orsinium DLC Announced - Home of the Orcs

    The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited will be receiving another big DLC with today's announcement of Orsinium. Orsinium is the ancestral home of the Orcs and players are tasked with helping to rebuild this subterranean capital by order of King Kurog.

    Reported on Oct 05, 2015
  • Imperial City From a PvE Perspective - Is it Worth It?

    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?

    Reported on Sep 29, 2015
  • One Ringy Dingy -- Vivox Brings Voice Chat Tech to ESO

    ZeniMax and Vivox have announced a new partnership to bring voice chat technology directly into Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited. Vivox's chat technology will span all of ESO's platforms from PlayStation 4 to XBox One to PC and will allow players to communicate with one another to enhance their game play experiences throughout the game.

    Reported on Sep 23, 2015
  • Zenimax Listens to Its Community Once Again

    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?

    Reported on Sep 22, 2015
  • After Imperial City, Two Moves Zenimax Should Make

    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.

    Reported on Sep 17, 2015
  • Imperial City Welcomes PlayStation 4 Players

    The Elder Scrolls Online team has announced via Twitter that the Imperial City DLC is now available for PlayStation 4 players. Players can purchase the DLC and full instructions on how to do so via in-game menus is provided on the Elder Scrolls Online forum. The PC and XBox One versions of Imperial City were released earlier this month.

    Reported on Sep 16, 2015
  • Imperial City Opens Its Gates to XBox One Users

    The Elder Scrolls Online team has announced via Twitter that the Imperial City DLC is now available for XBox One players. Players can purchase the DLC and full instructions on how to do so via in-game menus is provided on the Elder Scrolls Online forum. The Playstation 4 version of Imperial City will be available on September 16th.

    Reported on Sep 15, 2015
  • Imperial City was Worth the Wait

    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.

    Reported on Sep 09, 2015
  • The Battleground For Player Cash

    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.

    Reported on Sep 01, 2015
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