Elder Scrolls Online Articles
One major selling point of The Elder Scrolls Online is that expansions don't require you to max level to take part in when they release. However, with the recent chapter release, High Isle, Bradford is starting to question whether that is entirely a positive thing.
Bradford's favorite quest encounter in the recent chapter of The Elder Scrolls Online: High Isle quickly because his least favorite thanks to the way the encounter played out. From a memorable character and backdrop to a memorable end, ZeniMax did itself a disservice.
As Bradford works through his review of The Elder Scrolls Online: High Isle, one thing has become clear: even without proper support, ESO on Steam Deck is actually fantastic.
The Elder Scrolls Online launched High Isle earlier this week, once the issues were worked out of course. The new chapter brings players to the Systres Archipelago, steeped in Breton culture, to uncover a plot of the mysterious Ascendant Order. Bradford takes an early look at the chapter in our review in progress.
The yearly chapter release for The Elder Scrolls Online has hit today, with High Isle opening up for players to start exploring. Are you one of them?
With the year coming to an end Kevin takes a look back at The Elder Scrolls Online and the various features the team at Zenimax introduced in 2021. Read on about what worked, what didn't, and what has potential in 2022.
Gabriel dives into the recently released Elder Scrolls Online Console Enhanced on PS5 to determine whether or not the upgraded console version is worth it in the end. Spoiler alert: it totally is.
The latest chapter in the Elder Scrolls Online series has officially launched on PC, and we've been hard at work in Tamriel sizing it up. Here is our review in progress of ESO: Blackwood.
With this year's upcoming Gates of Oblivion story kicking off in March, we took a look at another one of the big changes coming to The Elder Scrolls Online in 2021 - the Champion Point 2.0 system.
This past Tuesday, The Elder Scrolls Online held the global reveal event for this year's chapter story The Gates of Oblivion. While the reimagining of The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion looks great is it enough to bring in new players and entice veterans to return.
The Elder Scrolls Online's Markarth DLC wraps up the vampire-laden tale that kicked off with last May's Greymoor chapter, and on the face of it, that means it's more Greymoor. And that's precisely why I was wary of going in. Greymoor served as a welcome excuse to romp around in one of the more memorable zones from 2011's The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, but a mediocre story and the twin fangs of bugs and performance issues sucked most of the vitality from the experience.
The Elder Scrolls Online has been a mainstay in the MMORPG world for six year now, but there comes a point where it can feel a bit too stagnant. Here are five ways we think that ZeniMax could spruce up the gameplay in ESO.
Stadia vs Shadow - Which streaming service should you look into when streaming The Elder Scrolls Online if you don't have a dedicated PC handy, or lack the hardware to run it properly?
Whenever a new MMO releases, there is either applause for a job well done, but more often there are excuses as to why an MMO launches buggy or unplayable out the gate. In this Fireside chat, we discuss why MMO companies need to do better.