The Elder Scrolls Online will bring the Gates of Oblivion story to a close in new places in the Deadlands DLC, but update 32 will also help make your in-game life a little easier too.
The Elder Scrolls Online will be debuting Nvidia's new Deep Learning Anti-Aliasing technology with update 32's mix of combat balance changes.
The ESO team previewed one of the two dungeons set in the upcoming Flames of Ambition DLC, which is the first part of this year's grand story, The Gates of Oblivion.
A free play event for Elder Scrolls Online is currently underway. You'll be able to participate until December 9 at 10a ET.
As a quick PSA, Elder Scrolls Online's Undaunted Celebration has been moved to December 3. Here are the details.
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.