In a new video, ZeniMax is pulling the veil back on some of the history surrounding the Systres archipelago, the setting for this year's Elder Scrolls Online chapter, High Isle.
Yesterday, The Elder Scrolls Online teased the upcoming year-long story announcement with a simple, yet effective, video of a stormy sea. Well, today we know a bit more about what lies beyond that sea thanks to the full teaser trailer being released this morning.
If you're one of the lucky folks who own an Xbox Series X|S or PS5, today is the day you'll be able to play ESO Console Enhanced on your system of choice. And we've got a new trailer to boot.
The Elder Scrolls Online wasn't missing from the E3 2021 showcase, as the development team at ZeniMax Online Studios revealed a few new tidbits of information on the future plans for the Gates of Oblivion story this year.
After Elder Scrolls Online's Blackwood released on PC, Mac, and Stadia last week, it's the turn of the consoles today. Check out the all-new trailer for Blackwood as the chapter releases on console.
As we approach the June 1st launch of The Elder Scrolls Online: Blackwood, the team at ZeniMax has released a new trailer breaking down more of the story in this year's Gates of Oblivion storyline.
The next adventure in Zenimax Online Studio's ongoing MMO, The Elder Scrolls Online, will take players of the franchise to a familiar place, as Gates of Oblivion was unveiled at tonight's Game Awards.
Announced this morning, the next DLC pack for The Elder Scrolls Online, title Stonethorn, will hit PC/Mac and Stadia on August 24th. Xbox One and PlayStation 4 fans will be waiting until September 1st to continue the story of the Dark Heart of Skyrim.