The lights are on
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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*** Elder scrolls MMO, I want fallout god **BRAAAHHHH**!
I just realized we'll get to see Kavatch before it gets destroyed by the deadra siege engine! How cool is that?
I guess you could say (ratherly bad joke on the way!)
That you guys WRITE HISTORY :3
This game will have some potential!!I hope they add the right mechanics!!
hope they keep more to the canon than the fan fic
The Elder Scrolls "MMO" AND not being made by Bethesda? That's two strikes. But in all honesty I can't help but feel like it isn't TES without Bethesda, and single player. But I hope they prove me wrong.
Nice vid, I wish they'd give some details on Skyrim DLC.
They have some great ideas for this game. Hope it keeps going smoothly for them. Can't wait.
I bet it will be a great story
Really hope that this turns out to be different than other MMO's.
this is gonnabe gtreat
i'm super happy that they are delving so deep into the Tamrielic Lore but the combat system still worries me. hopefully, they can keep it as interesting as the other TES games but, for me, good combat is essential. i will still be buying it when it does come out, but it is still up in the air as to whether i consistently play it like i have Morrowind, Oblivion, and Skyrim.
I love dragons as much as the next guy, but come on. In Skyrim, that was obviously a special incident. They cannot just tack dragons on because people like them. Doesn't really fit with the canon.
Though I suppose they could make it work. I was glad that they finally cleared up where their story was coming from. I couldn't find anything about what the game was about it the lore on websites. Interesting that Bethesda Game Studios left that span of time relatively empty.
Sounds like the game is gonna be cool, can i get the skyrim statue in the background? :)