Zenimax and Bethesda’s new Elder Scrolls MMO is available to all and sundry today, and to celebrate that fact the company’s released an infographic telling you all sorts of things about the game you would otherwise not even care remotely care about. Did you know, for example, that you’d have to slay 119,050 mudcrabs to reach level 50? No? Well you do now!
Here’s a bunch of concept art for The Elder Scrolls Online, showing off dragons, demons and furniture. And that’s about all I have. Seriously, I could take forever about Skyrim, but I know buggerall about the online world of Tamriel. Anyway, feel free to stare and marvel at the fine art after the link. I’m off to go make myself some breakfast. Yes, I know it’s past noon.
The Elder Scrolls Online beta kicks off again this weekend, and we’re giving you one last chance to secure beta access.
Return to Tamriel in The Elder Scrolls Online, the latest chapter of the award-winning series, and bring the legendary experience online for the first time. Explore the vast world with friends or embark upon an epic adventure alone — the choices you will make will shape your destiny.
There’s a lot that has been said so far about The Elder Scrolls Online. Zoe found it tedious and rather unfun, although large parts of the Internet disagreed with her for reasons. Still, a lot of folks will be grinding away when the game launches. And that might take them a while to do so.
I've been thinking a lot about betas recently. It started when I played the beta for FFXIV: A Realm Reborn, but it's come back after previewing The Elder Scrolls Online and preparing to play the Titanfall beta. I have certain expectations for Betas - do you have the same?
It was a mission playing The Elder Scrolls Online Beta this weekend for a variety of reasons. In the end, I managed to log a bunch of hours with my awesome Red Guard character, but is this the next big thing or will the hype train pass us by on this one?
The Elder Scrolls Online seems to be giving us enough information on a regular basis to build up speed on that hype train. I'm still not sure about the monthly subscription plus purchasing the game set-up. I don't like that part. But, with the game looking this fantastic, I may need to give it a whirl, at least for a month or two. Or ten.
The Elder Scrolls Online is shaping up to be a rather impressive game. The voice acting is going to be incredible with this cast, and the more I see the more I want it. Releasing on PC, Mac and PS4, there were concerns that people would need the additional subscription fee of PS4 to play online. Worry no longer!
Guys, I’ve been good. I haven’t bought a single collector’s edition in ages. This includes that wicked awesome one for Batman: Arkham Origins that had that sweet statue. But collector’s editions aren’t going away, and much like a fat person trying to lose weight in a house stocked with chocolates, it ain’t helping when I see special editions like this.
MMOs on consoles is a somewhat new concept to get used to, it is however a reality and will be something seen more and more in the future. The Elder Scrolls Online will make it so.
Over the weekend 20 minutes of The Elder Scrolls Online footage sprung a leak, appearing all over the internet. Naturally Bethesda took immediate action, pulling the footage from Youtube and DailyMotion. Their efforts however have not been a complete success, since the footage has been uploaded elsewhere and is available for the world to download.