Posts Tagged ‘TESO’

Dragon Bones And Update 17 Coming To ESO This February

by Peter Paltridgeon January 5, 2018
What’s awaiting ESO players in Dragon Bones, the new DLC pack coming next month? Bones, probably, and dragons as well, but what else? The pack’s main attraction is the addition of two new dungeons, Scalecaller Peak and Fang Lair. Inside you’ll find disease-ridden cultists who serve a Dragon Priest, an army of necromancers, and the […]

Morrowind Expansion Coming To Elder Scrolls Online

by Peter Paltridgeon January 31, 2017
Earlier in the month, curious pokers inspecting the code of Elder Scrolls Online found what appeared to be data suggesting the future addition of Morrowind, the land of Elder Scrolls 3. Today we can confirm they were right. During the big announcement stream mentioned in the previous article, ZeniMax Online Studios revealed a Morrowind expansion […]

Video Shows Off ESO’s New Features

by Shawn Hopkinson March 5, 2015
For months ZeniMax has been telling us the 1.6 update for ESO would be better, but sometimes showing is more convincing. So ZeniMax has put out this video that shows the bullet points of what to expect in the new version. The big changes are the Justice System, which allows you to steal and kill […]

The Elder Scrolls Online’s Big Update Will Launch Tuesday

by Shawn Hopkinson March 2, 2015
We now have a precise date and time when The Elder Scrolls Online’s game changing 1.6 update will be available. The update will start being applied to the servers at 8 A.M. EST Tuesday in North America and 3 A.M. GMT Wednesday in Europe, according to a server message. No word on exactly how long […]

More than 2,000 things you can steal in the New The Elder Scrolls Online

by Shawn Hopkinson February 17, 2015
One of the most intriguing things about the new The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited, is that it will feature a Justice system that will let you live the life of a dirty, dirty thief. If that’s your thing. The Justice system is currently being tested on the game’s public testing server, and because hackers […]
TESO Cinematic Trailer

ESO 1.6 Update Will Require More Than 60 Page of Patch Notes

by Shawn Hopkinson January 20, 2015
How big is the upcoming 1.6 update for The Elder Scrolls Online? Big enough that you might want to find a good reading chair and a quiet spot just to check out the patch notes. According to a post on the game’s official site, the patch notes are now up to 63 pages and counting. […]

The Edler Scrolls Online Showdown

ESO Live Shows Off Improved Animations and More

by Shawn Hopkinson January 19, 2015
If life got in the way and you weren’t able to be there for Friday’s ESO Live livestream, you can watch the whole thing here. This video preserves the Twitch chat, often used for interactive features in the livestream. The livestream focused in part on changes in the upcoming 1.6 update for The Elder Scrolls […]

More Australian Retailers Yanks ESO From Shelves

by Shawn Hopkinson January 14, 2015
In a move that will not quiet the rumors that Elder Scrolls Online is going free-to-play, another Australian retailer is reportedly pulling the game from its shelves. Following a similar decision from EB Games, Australian retailers JB Hi-Fi and Harvey Norman are also getting rid of its ESO stock, according to a report. This coupled […]

Bethesda Shoots Down ESO Console Release Date Rumor

by Shawn Hopkinson January 12, 2015
Eagle-eyed people who for whatever reason closely watch Microsoft’s online store noticed last week that the company had listed the Xbox One version of The Elder Scrolls Online as Feb. 24, 2015. Bethesda has reacted with, well, it’s too strong to call it a denial. They aren’t denying that Feb. 24 could be a release […]

Rumor: Elder Scrolls Online Pulled From Retail Store in Australia

by Shawn Hopkinson January 9, 2015
Rumors that The Elder Scrolls Online will soon go free-to-play keep getting additional fuel. A report says a major Australian retailer is pulling it from its shelves entirely. EB Games says this move is part of a normal stock recall, but it’s pretty weird to pull an online game that’s still selling and functioning. Kotaku […]