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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

Latest Headlines for Elder Scrolls Online

  • Imperial City - The Most Anticipated ESO Patch Yet

    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.

    Reported on Jul 15, 2015
  • Imperial City DLC Coming August 31st for PC/Mac

    Elder Scrolls Online will be getting a new DLC called "Imperial City" very soon. PC/Mac users will be able to grab it on August 31st; XBox One on September 15th; and PlayStation 4 on September 16th. Players can get a look at the DLC for free on the PTR in the very near future.

    Reported on Jul 15, 2015
  • PlayStation Store's #1 Best Seller for June 2015

    The PlayStation blog has been updated with a look at the top selling NA games for June 2015 and none other than Elder Scrolls Online sits at the pinnacle.

    Reported on Jul 08, 2015
  • Enough With the Veteran Rank Ping Pong

    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.

    Reported on Jul 07, 2015
  • What Does Paul Sage's Departure Mean for the Future?

    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?

    Reported on Jun 30, 2015
  • Creative Director Paul Sage Resigns

    Eurogamer is reporting that Elder Scrolls Online Creative Director Paul Sage has left Bethesda and is now working with Gearbox Software as creative director on an as-yet unnamed project.

    Reported on Jun 29, 2015
  • Long Overdue PvP Changes Are Finally Happening

    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.

    Reported on Jun 23, 2015
  • The XP Boost Potion

    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.

    Reported on Jun 16, 2015
  • A Glimpse of Things to Come

    During last night's Bethesda E3 press conference, the Elder Scrolls Online team spoke to their non-attendance at the convention but said they are hard at work on the recent console launch and on new content coming later this year. Players can expect to see Imperial City and Orsinium, realm of the orcs in the near future. Get a sneak peek in this video!

    Reported on Jun 15, 2015
  • The Console Version Review in Progress

    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?

    Reported on Jun 10, 2015
  • Millions Sold as Console Version Fights Login Issues

    After Elder Scrolls Online went live for consoles yesterday, megaservers were burdened to the point of breaking log in for of new players. According to the ESO site, millions of new players logging in created issues with queue displays and times that have largely been resolved or are being investigated pending resolution in soon-to-be released patches.

    Reported on Jun 11, 2015
  • What Console Players Should Know (And Why PC Players Should Be Happy)

    Now that The Elder Scrolls Online has launched for console, the virtual holding pattern that the game has been in for the past few months should hopefully be ending soon. These months did bring us some idea of the general direction of what to expect for the console versions, but for many of us PC players, things have been in a general lull since update 6 was released, with talk having shifted to the console audience.

    Reported on Jun 09, 2015
  • XBox One & PlayStation 4 Versions Now Live

    Console players around the world can now log in and play Elder Scrolls Online now that launch day has officially arrived. Both XBox One and PlayStation 4 owners are invited to try out the game via respective download sites.

    Reported on Jun 09, 2015
  • The Daily Quest - Console Elder Scrolls Online?

    Today's Daily Quest is a simple one folks... are you planning on playing Elder Scrolls Online on Xbox One or PS4? Sound off in the comments!

    Reported on Jun 08, 2015
  • The Reason I Canceled My Subscription

    Yes, you're reading that right, I canceled my ESO subscription last week. The Elder Scrolls Online is a great game and anyone who is thinking of purchasing it for the consoles when it releases on June 9th I would still recommend them to do so. There is no denying that ESO is easily worth its initial investment but I can't say with confidence that it's worth the continuous investment.

    Reported on Jun 02, 2015
  • Exploring Tamriel in Final This is ESOTU Video

    The fine folks at Zenimax have released the final pre-console trailer for Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited. Check out the many locations of the game, in case you're unfamiliar.

    Reported on May 28, 2015
  • The Banned Accounts Highlight Industry Issues

    As we get closer to the console release of The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited, it has been predictably slow on the significant changes to the game front on PC, but there have been a few recent moves that bring certain digital goods matters to the forefront. Zenimax alerted some players that their keys weren't legitimate and decided to end their access to the game as of this week.

    Reported on May 26, 2015
  • XBox One & PS4 Digital Editions Available for Preorder

    With just a couple of weeks left until the console version of Elder Scrolls Online arrives, Bethesda has revealed the digital preorders for both XBox One and PlayStation 4. Each is available in regular ($59.99) and digital collector's ($79.99) editions.

    Reported on May 26, 2015
  • Tales of Tamriel Vol. 1: The Land Giveaway! has partnered with Titan Books to give away three copies of The Elder Scrolls Online: Tales of Tamriel - Vol. 1: The Land.

    Reported on May 26, 2015
  • Is Zenimax Being Secretly Transparent?

    One of the best things a game developer can do is get direction from those who play it. While a developer may have passion for the game they are creating, they will never understand the game itself like those who play it day in and day out. We play the games for a lot longer than any developer. So of course we all have feedback and design concepts that we feel could improve the overall quality of the game.

    Reported on May 19, 2015
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