Elder Scrolls Online Articles
The conclusion of this year's Legacy of the Bretons storyline, The Elder Scrolls Online: Firesong, brings much to the table for players. The Druids make a return, while the political intrigue that has been center in the Systres is on display. Also, the tavern game Tales of Tribute gets a new deck to play with.
Bradford is ready to explore the Systres Archipelago when The Elder Scrolls Online High Isle launches next week. But while he's excited for what's to come with the new chapter, he definitely has some concerns.
High Isle is the next chapter in the Elder Scrolls Online, and coming with the expansion is a trip to the Systres Archipelago. Knights and noble houses dominate the island chain, as well as a fun card game coming to Tamriel as well.
Last week, Kevin had the chance to go hands on with Elder Scroll Online's upcoming Chapter release, Blackwood, as well as chat with creative director Rich Lambert about the companion system, Endeavors and more.
Kevin had a chance to sit down and check out one of the upcoming dungeons in The Elder Scrolls Online's first DLC of 2021 - Flames of Ambition.
The Elder Scrolls Online's Greymoor releases later this year, but ZeniMax allowed us to go hands on with a preview build of the chapter last week. Here's our impressions of the latest chapter in ESO's story, as well as a brief interview with Creative Director Rich Lambert.
Bradford spent some time with the new Harrowstorm update recently. From performance improvements to new dungeon mechanics, here are his impressions of The Elder Scrolls Online's latest update.
I recently had the opportunity to sit down with various members of Zenimax Online Media — including Rich Lambert (Creative Director), Mike Finnigan (Lead Dungeon Designer), and Bobby Weir (Lead UI Designer) — for a walkthrough of Scalebreaker, the latest DLC to hit ESO.
During Bethesda’s Game Days at PAX East, I finally got time to try the Necromancer in Elder Scrolls Online’s forthcoming Elsweyr chapter. I can say, with some trepidation, that the Necromancer may be the most interesting class Zenimax has ever imagined for their MMO.
Oh boy! I’ve been enjoying the Summerset Beta, I won’t be talking about everything that I have done so far since we don’t have enough time for that. Instead, I really want to talk about things that have caught my eye and what I’ve done most.
On March 21, Bethesda Studios announced the next chapter in its MMORPG Elder Scrolls Online. At the time of the event I was fortunate enough to spend some time with the devs and more specifically playing a demo build. After a couple of hours with some the team I walked away with a sense of excitement about what we will have to look forward to in the upcoming expansion.
Today Bethesda announced the next chapter in their MMORPG Elder Scrolls Online. Titled Summerset, this next chapter in your adventure in Tamriel will see you landing on the famed Summerset Isle, the incredible home of the High Elves. For the first time since the release of Elder Scrolls Arena (originally released in 1994), players will be able to explore and adventure in this new zone. It's all headed your way on June 5, 2018.
This week at PAX we spoke with the Elder Scrolls team to find out about their next DLC, The Clockwork City. Coming off the success of Morrowind, the game is not slowing down. Now with this new DLC players will get the chance to explore the crazed underground world, but the Dwemer did not build this one. Here are some of the details.
Morrowind is back, people. And while fans of the now aging third entry into the Elder Scrolls main series may find ESO’s version of Vvardenfell quite different, that’s kind of the point. Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind is 15th anniversary celebration of the original game. It’s homage to the title that helped make The Elder Scrolls a gaming icon. It’s also a self-contained story or “chapter” added to ESO. And so far, it’s been a very good time indeed.
For years since launch, the island of Vvardenfell has sat on the Tamriel map in Elder Scrolls Online… taunting me, blank as the digital parchment it was drawn upon once was. But no more. Thought I traveled down to Maryland to see the official unveiling of the new ESO chapter, we didn’t get any time to actually play the new Warden class or the new zone. Now I can safely say that if you love ESO, Morrowind is set to give you heaps more of the game you adore.