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  • Blog Post: Imperial City And Orsinium Coming To Elder Scrolls Online On Consoles

    Bethesda announced and showcased two new worlds coming to Elder Scrolls Online on consoles soon. Imperial City was a ruined city seemingly in the middle of a war. Orsinium is the realm of the orcs, and, unsurprisingly, is full of them. Finally the showcase ended with a tease from the Dark Brotherhood... More
  • Blog Post: Pop! Recreates Fallout and Skyrim Characters As Adorable Figurines

    With yesterday marking Fallout 4’s official announcement , no time seems better than now to purchase a Bethesda figurine from Pop!. For those unfamiliar with Pop!, this branch of toy manufacturer Funko takes popular characters from television, movies, and games and re-imagines them as cute vinyl... More
  • Blog Post: Clear Your Hard Drives, Elder Scrolls Online Beta Coming To Console Tomorrow

    ZeniMax Online Studios has revealed details about the console beta for The Elder Scrolls Online, which starts tomorrow. If you applied for an invite, be sure to check your email. You'll probably want to set aside time to clear some space on your hard drive, too, since this is one heck of a download... More
  • Blog Post: The Elder Scrolls Online Comes To Steam Today

    Bethesda Softworks has announced that Elder Scrolls Online will be available on Steam later today. No exact time is given, but both the Standard and Imperial Editions can be purchased. The game was released for PC and Mac on April 4. For more info on Elder Scrolls Online, check out Dan Tack's initial... More
  • Blog Post: Craglorn Comes Alive In The Elder Scrolls Online's Latest Update

    The Elder Scrolls Online has now been updated to version 1.1.2. There's more going on than that drab number might lead you to believe. The biggest change that it brings is the addition of a new adventure zone, Craglorn. Bethesda recommends that players be veteran rank 10 or higher before entering... More
  • Blog Post: Zenimax Online Disables The Elder Scrolls Online's Guild Bank

    Zenimax Online Studios have disabled The Elder Scrolls Online's Guild Bank in North America and Europe. News of the shutdown comes from The Elder Scrolls Online's official forums , where Zenimax Online does not clarify exactly why the Guild Bank has been disabled. The wide assumption is the closure... More
  • Blog Post: Elder Scrolls Online Chooses Monthly Subscription Model

    The game director at Elder Scrolls Online developer ZeniMax Online Studios has announced that the MMO will follow a monthly subscription model. In an interview with GameStar, Matt Firor, game director at ZeniMax Online Studios, confirmed that players will have unlimited access to the game for free for... More
  • Blog Post: Elder Scrolls Online, Evil Within, More Coming To QuakeCon 2013

    Bethesda has released more details about its annual QuakeCon event , which begins August 1. Attendees can see presentations of upcoming games including The Elders Scrolls Online, Wolfenstein: The New Order, and The Evil Within. In addition to these presentations, there will also be a Dishonored panel... More
  • Blog Post: The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Legendary Edition Available Now

    The Legendary Edition of Skyrim, which gathers the game and all its DLC into one convenient package, released today. If you haven't played Skyrim yet, this is a great way to dive in. You'll get the full game, the Dawnguard, Hearthfire, and Dragonborn DLCs, and all the editions that were added... More
  • Blog Post: Elder Scrolls Online Gameplay Footage Leaks Online

    Update: Unfortunately, the footage has already been pulled. It was fun while it lasted. [Original Story] Nearly 20 minutes of gameplay footage from the upcoming Elder Scrolls Online MMO has appeared online. Considering this footage isn't directly from ZeniMax or Bethesda, it seems like its not supposed... More
  • Blog Post: QuakeCon Pre-Registration Opens Soon

    Online pre-registration for QuakeCon 2013 opens this month, providing those attending the chance to purchase a premium package full of different perks. The packages are limited, but offer things like an official QuakeCon 2013 BYOC T-shirt, reserved seats, and even a QuakeCon branded mouse. Pre-registration... More
  • Blog Post: Name Elder Scrolls Online's Nameless Mage And Get Prizes

    Bethesda has announced a contest giving Elder Scrolls fans with a penchant for naming things the opportunity to give one of the characters in the game their designation. The contest begins right now, and ends on November 21, so you've got less than a month to give our purple-skinned friend a name... More
  • Blog Post: Calling All Questions: Elder Scrolls Online

    You've read our June cover story on Elder Scrolls Online, and you've followed month of online coverage . Now's your chance to ask the creative minds behind the game your burning questions. What do you still want to know about ESO? We'll be recording a podcast with game director Matt Firor... More
  • Blog Post: Reader Discussion: How Do You Feel About Existing Franchises Turning MMO?

    There is a place in the market for both single player experiences and massively multiplayer online titles. However, not every gamer wants to play both types of games. This week we announced our June cover , which details ZeniMax’s new Elder Scrolls Online MMO. A lot of people are excited to see... More
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