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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
System Req: PC Mac Playstation 4 Xbox One | Out of date info? Let us know!

Elder Scrolls Online News

Latest Headlines for Elder Scrolls Online

  • An Open Letter to Zenimax

    With patch 1.6 finally on the PTS and our review of its major changes being out, I think it's time I sit down and have a one sided discussion with Zenimax. I've sat idly by enjoying all the fantastic content and changes that ZOS has been doing to the game but there are areas of The Elder Scrolls Online that haven't seen any love since the launch of the game almost a year ago and they need to be addressed.

    Reported on Feb 10, 2015
  • Orc & Redguard Armor Receiving Some Love

    The Elder Scrolls Online team has posted a boatload of screenshots to show off some of the detail work that has been put into both the Redguard and Orc armor sets to give them a more realistic look. The screens show off the overall look with some pretty cool close ups to show the detail-view. Check out the one below before heading to the Elder Scrolls Online site to see the rest.

    Reported on Feb 09, 2015
  • Our Supersized Update 6 Preview

    With patch 1.6 now live on the Private Test Server (PTS) we finally get to enjoy all the exciting changes we've been speaking about for the last few months. In this preview I'll be taking a look at the Champion system, Justice System, and I'm even going to discuss some of the aspects of PvP that will be changing.

    Reported on Feb 03, 2015
  • A Preview of the Tamriel Unlimited Crown Shop

    Changes are in full swing in The Elder Scrolls Online, first on the PTS, where update 1.6 has been released and players have also been given the opportunity to test out the game's upcoming cash shop, the Crown Store. The Crown Store opened up for testing with players on the PTS given Crowns to use as they please and test an array of items that will likely make their debut when the game transitions over to subscription-optional Tamriel Unlimited.

    Reported on Feb 03, 2015
  • Are ESO Subs Going to Plummet?

    With the announcement of The Elder Scrolls rebranding itself to The Elder Scrolls: Tamriel Unlimited and utilizing a Buy to Play model a lot of people are questioning if it is worth subscribing to the game after March 17th, myself included. Let me explain why.

    Reported on Jan 27, 2015
  • Update 6 Headed to PTS Tomorrow

    For those who can't wait another minute for Elder Scrolls Online Update 6, tomorrow can't come soon enough. The team has revealed that Update 6 will hit the Public Test Server on Tuesday, January 27th. In addition, the massive patch notes will be published that day to give even more detail to the big changes in store with the next big patch.

    Reported on Jan 26, 2015
  • New Mounts, Costumes & Pets Showcased

    The Elder Scrolls Online site has been updated with a bevy of in-game images of new mounts, costumes and pets that will be added to the game shortly. Costumes range from a jester to a wedding gown and everything in between. Panthers and hounds are among the pets, with new horses and guars rounding out the mounts.

    Reported on Jan 22, 2015
  • Tamriel Unlimited - The Surprises & Questions of B2P

    So here we are, as reported earlier, The Elder Scrolls Online will be rebranded as he Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited as of March 17th on PC, with the console versions released in June under the same format. Buying the game will allow access to the full content released before the rebranding, and "downloadable content" will be included with the now optional subscription.

    Reported on Jan 20, 2015
  • Tamriel Goes Unlimited on St. Patrick’s Day

    The rumors can end now, folks. It's official, as of this moment in time. Elder Scrolls Online is ditching its subscription model in favor of a model more akin to Guild Wars 2. Simply buy the base game, gain access to all of its content, and never pay another dime. In addition, the PS4 and XBOX One Editions will be launching officially on June 9th. It's all coming up Tamriel this year, it seems. However, that's not quite all she wrote. Read on for the full details.

    Reported on Jan 20, 2015
  • Provisioning to See Big Changes in Update 6

    Zenimax is giving provisioners some great news today with the list of changes coming with Update 6. The team has a new post on the Elder Scrolls Online site that details the changes, including a reduction in the number of ingredients required, a simplified UI, new recipes and better effects on drink buffs.

    Reported on Jan 19, 2015
  • Devs Detail the New Champion System

    The Elder Scrolls Online team has published a handy guide that takes some of the mystery out the Champion System, the overhauled progression system that comes along with Update 6. There is a section for each of the major parts of the Champion System: Points, Constellations, Passives and Enlightenment that will hopefully clear up some of the mystery surrounding the new system.

    Reported on Jan 15, 2015
  • Understanding Champion Points

    At the end of December Zenimax announced what players are going to receive when the champion system is released, 30 champion points. If you had at least one character veteran rank 1 or higher you'd receive 30 champion points when 1.6 goes live. It doesn't matter if you've spent the last 9 months playing the same veteran 14 character, or even had eight veteran rank 14 characters, you'd still receive 30 champion points. As you can see there is a major flaw in this.

    Reported on Jan 13, 2015
  • Changes to the Champion System Thanks to Feedback

    The Elder Scrolls Online team has gone on record to thank players for their feedback regarding the forthcoming Champion System. As revealed a month ago, the team actively solicited feedback from the ESO player base and, based on that, the Champion System will be undergoing some tweaks and refinements.

    Reported on Jan 09, 2015
  • F2P Rumors Swirl as Australian Retailers Remove Boxes

    Australian retailers are responding to rumors that Bethesda will be announcing that Elder Scrolls Online will be going free to play. Game outlets have removed boxes from shelves in anticipation of the announcement according to Kotaku AU, though the move may be part of 'housecleaning' after the holidays.

    Reported on Jan 09, 2015
  • Six-Month Sub Disappears & Those F2P Rumors

    Recently, some players of The Elder Scrolls Online noticed that Zenimax had quietly removed the option to subscribe for six months at a time. Given the game's somewhat rocky start and time spent since release revamping the game, as well as the upcoming console versions, naturally, the whispers began to swirl. Was the removal of the six-month option an indicator that the game would go free to play or even become a buy to play game?

    Reported on Jan 06, 2015
  • A Look Back at 2014

    Seriously, it's the end of the year already? This year has flown by! It feels like it was just a couple of days ago I was helping to slay the werewolves of Camlorn and when it fact it was roughly 270 days ago. Time really flies when you're enjoying every moment of it. Well almost every moment of it, waiting in the LFG queue is never an enjoyable experience. Within these 38 weeks since the game released, so much has changed and improved.

    Reported on Dec 30, 2014
  • The Champion System Changes Everything, Leaves Questions

    The Elder Scrolls Online team has been active with reveals in recent weeks, due to how much will be changing in update 6, which itself is just the beginning for subsequent phases of changes, additions, and overhauls. So it's not surprising that the year closes out with (finally!) details about the Champion system. While no one will get a taste of the actual update until it hits the PTS after the new year, there's already much feedback and discussion to tide us all over until January and beyond.

    Reported on Dec 23, 2014
  • Should the Faction Restriction in LFG Be Lifted?

    The Elder Scrolls Online has had one major problem that has been a major focus ever since Patch 5.0, unimaginable Looking for Group (LFG) queue times. When update 5 was released, with it came scaling dungeons and daily dungeon pledges. These two new features had players wanting to do dungeons more often and of course that meant more players putting themselves into the LFG queue, only to be faced with endless queue times.

    Reported on Dec 16, 2014
  • How the Justice System Will Change the Game

    The world is about to get a whole lot more dangerous for those of you tempted by swiping shinies and causing mayhem in Tamriel. Zenimax revealed much about The Elder Scrolls Online's long-awaited Justice System, giving details not just on how it will work for players who decide to take things that don't belong to them, but also how the very game world will continue to see changes.

    Reported on Dec 09, 2014
  • Update 6 Headed to PTS in January, Console Versions Coming

    The latest "Road Ahead" has been published on the Elder Scrolls Online site. The article begins with a retrospective look back at all the team has accomplished in the last several months and then starts a long look at what is yet to come. Of most notable interest is the news that Update 6 will be heading to the public test server in January and that, while no release date is yet set for console versions, they are closing in.

    Reported on Dec 04, 2014