The Elder Scrolls Online Tag

Posted by Zoe Hawkins - 23 Apr 2015

Console gaming is great - you can sit on the couch, hold a controller and play on a gorgeous big screen TV. However, not all games and genres make it to all platforms. While Neverwinter is there for MMO fans who want to play on Xbox One, many people have been holding out for The Elder Scroll Online to land on PS4 and Xbox One. Just be prepared to delete some games to make room for the massive client.

Posted by Zoe Hawkins - 17 Mar 2015

I knew it wouldn't last. The Elder Scrolls Online simply couldn't sustain the subscription model. Few games really can. Now that it's going pay-once-and-play, it's getting a new name and a fresh launch trailer. But will that also mean it gets some new players?

Posted by Zoe Hawkins - 11 Feb 2015

E3 has become something of a standard affair. Press conference day, or as Darryn like to call it, The Gauntlet, is ridiculously busy but totally predictable. Microsoft does something big in the morning, then EA gives us something cool to drink while we fall asleep listening to sports and waiting for Bioware news. Ubisoft's event is filled with bizarre moments and everyone loves Sony for all the food and booze trucks before their similarly odd and poorly paced conference. Bethesda is throwing themselves in the mix, but it might be a bit different... maybe.

Posted by Geoffrey Tim - 22 Jan 2015

Try your very best to conceal the shock and surprise that you don’t have – but Bethesda’s Elder Scrolls MMO is dropping its subscription fees. It took a little longer than we’d expected (we gave it six months), it’s finally happened – you’ll no longer have to pay a monthly fee to kill things and carry out fetch quests in Tamriel.

Posted by Zoe Hawkins - 09 Jan 2015

I wasn't overly impressed with The Elder Scrolls Online when I got my hands on it last year. It was a decent game, but nothing to blow me away or get me hooked and willing to pay money every month for it. Now there are hints that the inevitable might be happening - the game could be going free-to-play.

Posted by Matthew Figueira - 25 Aug 2014

Remember The Elder Scrolls Online? I don’t, even though I reviewed it! While I admit I am not the biggest MMORPG fan, the game just didn’t grab me. Sure it was pretty to look at, but man were those bugs nasty. Still, there are those who love the game and are still playing it, and they will benefit from a loyalty program.

Posted by Zoe Hawkins - 14 Jul 2014

PC gamers are tricky to track. Steam helps and gives some cool stats, but not all games are played through Steam. Raptr offers gamers the opportunity to track trophies and other achievements on PC, and gives some insight into what people are playing.

Posted by Zoe Hawkins - 05 Jul 2014

I'm a huge fan of The Onion - their satire is genius and they hit the nail on the head with their social commentary. This latest spoof of The Elder Scrolls Online is hilarious, and strangely looks like more fun than the actual game.

Posted by Zoe Hawkins - 13 May 2014

The Elder Scrolls Online looked to be an amazing game. It had fantastic voice acting, a brilliant bunch of lore, and all the Elder Scrolls fans on the planet dying for more content. However, the launch has been less than stellar, with plenty of being complaining about incessant bugs and glitches. But they should be fixed, sort of.

Posted by Geoffrey Tim - 04 Apr 2014

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!

Posted by Darryn Bonthuys - 26 Mar 2014

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.

Posted by Geoffrey Tim - 25 Feb 2014

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.