Zenimax announced a two month-long celebration of Elder Scrolls Online with live streams from developers and streamers alike.
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 folks over at the Elder Scrolls Online community stream team will be hosting their next live stream this Friday, June 11. And you'll have the chance to win Alienware gear.
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.
Elder Scrolls Online received its recent chapter Blackwood just last week. While launch-day server issues were at a minimum, it seems like bugs still slipped through the cracks, including one affecting companions.
Elder Scrolls Online just received its latest chapter, Blackwood, yesterday on PC, Mac, and Stadia. Alongside Blackwood, Update 30 also released and brought several bug fixes. However, PvP received item set bonuses returning, in addition to free champion points respec.
The next chapter for Elder Scrolls Online is Blackwood and it launches today for PC with consoles following on June 8. Blackwood brings a bunch of new features and locations for Elder Scrolls Online. Here's how it breaks down.
Zenimax is bringing Endeavors to Elder Scrolls Online which look to be an alternative way to earn Crown Crate items via a new currency. However, this feature is not launching immediately. Read on for more details.
Blackwood is almost upon us. But before the next chapter drops for Elder Scrolls Online, the team over at Zenimax Online Studios shared some additional information on the Elder Council, in addition to details on their next live stream.
If you're playing Elder Scrolls Online PTS, ZOS continues to enhance and refine the experience with respect to testing the upcoming expansion, Blackwood. Here's what's changed.
The reasoning behind the 12-player group limit has been confirmed by Elder Scrolls Online Community Manager, Gina Bruno. In a recent forum post, she confirmed the driving factor here is, as most guessed, performance.
The Explorer's Celebration returns to Elder Scrolls Online and is your chance at double XP, extra resource node drops, and gold in any zone. Here are some additional details.
If you're playing Elder Scrolls Online through the PTS, you might want to hop in and check out the Year One Celebration. All this and more are discussed in the latest round of PTS patch notes 7.03.
Zenimax Online Studios just shared an all-new trailer for Blackwood, their upcoming chapter in Elder Scrolls Online.