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Over the course of five core games, the Elder Scrolls series has accumulated enough lore to keep fans buried. The team behind The Elder Scrolls Online decided to wind back the clock in order to add to the series rich history. Through a combination of careful research, conversations with Bethesda Game Studios, and creative brainstorming, ZeniMax Online hopes to give fans of the series an thorough look at a tumultuous time in Tamriel's history. Game Informer's Ben Reeves sat down lead content designer Rich Lambert and creative director Paul Sage to talk about the story within the MMO and how it connects to Morrowind, Oblivion, and Skyrim.
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looking forward for this.
Sounds cool. I might be one of the few looking forward to this, but I think it really does sound great. If they can nail the feeling of having an epic, huge world that you can freely explore, this will be a fresh breath of air in the somewhat stagnant MMO market.
Well if theres one thing I'm NOT worried about, it's the story.
story sounds great, I'm worried about the gameplay sinking this ship..
This reminds me, I've still gotta read my issue.
Great to see that another MMO is focusing on story, TOR attempted to but didn't reach the level I was expecting from all of the pre-release info