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  • Blog Post: Explore The Adventure Zone Of Craglorn

    The Elder Scrolls Online launched last week (with an impressive trailer in tow) and already post-launch content is coming down the pipe. First up is the adventure zone Craglorn. In this new area players will embark on a quest to learn the reason why the constellations of the warrior, the mage, the serpent... More
  • Blog Post: New Trailer For The Elder Scrolls Online, Imperial Edition Confirmed

    A new trailer for Zenimax Online Studios’ upcoming Elder Scrolls MMO, comes alongside confirmation of yesterday’s reports of an Imperial Edition . Now we have the specific details of what’s included. The premium package for Bethesda’s The Elder Scrolls Online comes with a 12 inch... More
  • Blog Post: Bethesda Reveals Elder Scrolls Online's Cast In New Trailer

    Bethesda has revealed some of the voice cast for its upcoming game The Elder Scrolls Online. In true Elder Scrolls fashion, it's filled with recognizable talent, including John Cleese, Kate Beckinsale, and more. The news was accompanied with a 17-minute video, which shows some of the cast members... More
  • Blog Post: See The Elder Scrolls Online Developers Take On Group Content

    Three Zenimax Online Studios leads on the ambitious The Elder Scrolls Online have come together to demonstrate why teaming up in Tamriel is a good idea. The video features creative director Paul Sage, lead gameplay designer Nick Konkle, and dungeon lead Dan Crenshaw. The video begins with two of the... More
  • Blog Post: The Elder Scrolls Online Coming In April

    Prepare for your return to Tamriel. Bethesda has announced that The Elder Scrolls Online has a release date, and the wait won’t be too long. The MMO will be arriving on PC and Mac on April 4, 2014. PlayStation 4 and Xbox One releases are planned for June 2014. To commemorate the announcement, Bethesda... More
  • Blog Post: Flexible Character Progression Makes The Leap To Online

    Bethesda and Zenimax Online Studios have released a new video highlighting the mechanics of player progression in The Elder Scrolls Online. Just like in a solo Elder Scrolls adventure, the MMO version offers up a great deal of flexibility. Players will choose a race and class to establish their character's... More
  • Blog Post: You Can Become A Werewolf In The Elder Scrolls Online

    With Halloween approaching, the team at Zenimax Online has revealed new information about one of Tamriel’s most terrifying creatures. Werewolves will be present in The Elder Scrolls Online, and players will even risk contracting Sanies Lupines, the disease which causes the affliction. The team... More
  • Blog Post: The Elder Scrolls Online's Detailed Character Creator In Action

    The Elder Scrolls Online is an ambitious MMO, especially as the title will be coming to next-generation consoles alongside PC. The team at Zenimax Online Studios has spent a lot of time creating a detailed character creator. You can see the fruits of their labors below. The character creator will give... More
  • Blog Post: A Two Hour Journal Of Bethesda's MMORPG

    The MMORPG genre and The Elder Scrolls series are known for being engrossing time sinks. Players pour hours into these worlds and still feel like they hardly scratched the surface. Bethesda is combining both game types with The Elder Scrolls Online, potentially creating an even bigger threat to fantasy... More
  • Blog Post: Meet The Elder Scrolls Online's Daedra Scamps

    The Elder Scrolls Online's smallest Daedra, the scamps, are the dangerous comic relief of Tamriel. They're small enemies that appeared in Morrowind and Oblivion. They shoot fire, have melodramatic death animations, and have they're own ridiculous gibberish language. For more on The Elder... More
  • Blog Post: Meet The Elder Scrolls Online's Kwama

    The Kwama are a bug-like race of creatures that you will battle in Elder Scrolls Online, and you can see them in action here. The Kwama are not a new species to Elder Scrolls. They were prominent in The Elder Scrolls: Morrowind. They are natives of Morrowind, and they must be weary of Dark Elves, who... More
  • Blog Post: Exploring Daggerfall

    An extended session of hands-on time with the hotly anticipated MMO brought us to the familiar city from Elder Scrolls II, and we got a taste of combat and questing. Hot on the heels of the announced console versions of Elder Scrolls Online, we've had a chance to once again sit down with an early... More
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