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.
Companions are one of the major features coming with this year's Elder Scrolls Online chapter update. Coming with Blackwood, companions are a way to inject an NPC in the leveling process with a player, while still sticking to the core of what has made the Elder Scrolls series so popular over the years: its storytelling.
Last night the Elder Scrolls Online team held a Blackwood Chapter Preview Event for the new content coming to the game in June. While they did include some unreleased information about a few features, much of it was already known.
As time ticks down towards the upcoming March release of the Flames of Ambition DLC for The Elder Scrolls Online, the team at ZeniMax are starting to pull back the veil of some of the characters, starting with the Dremora Lyranth.
Zenimax Online, the folks behind MMO Elder Scrolls Online, are hiring for several different positions.
This week's ESO Live is going to be a bit different according to the team over at ZeniMax. Community Managers Jessical Folsom and Gina Bruno are shaking things up by cooking some Tamrielic Treats from the Official Elder Scrolls Cookbook Live today at Noon Eastern.
Remember Microsoft's $7.5 billion purchase of Zenimax Media and their child companies, including Bethesda Softworks? A new interview from Kotaku with Phil Spencer sheds some more light on that.
It looks like Zenimax Online, the developers behind Elder Scrolls Online, are working on a new IP and new engine.
By now, you have no doubt seen the news of Microsoft's $7.5 billion buyout of Zenimax Media - the parent company of Bethesda Softworks. Before the hype and excitement make their rounds, if they haven't already, let's pause for a moment and apply some critical thinking. I do not think this acquisition is good for consumers. Here's why.