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The Elder Scrolls Online

2 years ago

The Elder Scrolls Online’s Horns of the Reach DLC is out next month

Horns of the Reach, the minotaur-themed DLC pack for The Elder Scrolls Online [official site], will be coming out next month, Bethesda have announced. The DLC will add two dungeons to the MMO as well as new items, enemies and companions. There's no word on pricing, yet – just that it will be free to ESO Plus members and that it will be available on the in-game crown…

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Feature: A wealth of splendid 2016-17 games for the lousiest of hardware

13 recent games that run well on terrible laptops

'Terrible' only in the sense of their gaming capability. Honestly, I'm sure your laptop is lovely to look at and it was definitely a extremely sensible idea to spend all that money on it instead of buying a holiday or helping to save the pandas. Truth is, though, that playing recently-released games on the vast majority of laptops is about as effective as starting an…

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Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind unlock times announced

If you're of a certain age and disposition, one of your main concerns might be: when can I return to Morrowind and pretend the past fifteen years never happened? Steady on there, creaky clogs. You might know The Elder Scrolls Online [official site] will launch its Morrowind expansion on Tuesday June 6th and you might have seen ZeniMax Online muttering about launch times but wait!…

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Feature: Weaponised nostalgia

Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind is scratching that itch

I have been cynical from afar, which is a polite way of saying I've been privately thinking 'aargh, kill it with fire' about The Elder Scrolls Online's [official site] massively multiplayer recreation of revered singleplayer roleplaying game Morrowind. I didn't want to be a snob, but the pairing of an MMO hamster wheel with the high watermark of Bethesda's Elder Scrolls series read to me…

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3 years ago

The Elder Scrolls Online launches week-long trial

The Elder Scrolls Online [official site], the other MMORPG with orcs and elves, has just launched a week-long full-game free trial. I know, I too half-remember it going free-to-play but no, it has only dropped mandatory subscriptions. I've little interest in the world of The Elder Scrolls myself, our boy Brendy was not a fan when it came out, and Cobbo last year found it…

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Feature: Back in Balmora

How Morrowindy is Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind?

I will admit to a certain wateriness in my eyes when I heard the music. The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind was and is, I believe, almost more a state of mind than it is a roleplaying game. A strange and desolate place, built upon a foundation of distrust, it is almost aggressively lonely. As an RPG, the precursor to Oblivion and Skyrim is all over…

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The Elder Scrolls Online: Wherever you hang your cheesewheel, that’s your home

Homeownership is now possible in Tamriel thanks to The Elder Scrolls Online's [official site] first chunky DLC hit of 2017 (that's a phrase, right?). The free update has already landed in the PC version of the MMO and offers your characters the ability to buy real estate from apartments to islands. The only person I can think of off the top of my head who…

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The Elder Scrolls Online is going to Morrowind in June

When The Elder Scrolls Online [official site] first slunk into the world I was not impressed. At a preview event, I was reticent, and at release I was still unconvinced. The MMO shackles just didn’t fit with the Elder Scrolls I have always known. But Zenimax have been hacking away at the RPG’s extraneous limbs and replacing them with whole new ones, which has reportedly…

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Feature: A Two Year Tradition

The RPG Scrollbars: The Scrolls Of Honour 2016

As mentioned last week, it's been one of those years. Lots of the biggest RPGs that we were expecting decided to spend a few more months in bed, or simply skip 2016. Can't blame them! It'll mean an awesome 2017, even if looking back there's only been a few big names to pick from. Still, tradition is tradition! This week, another year marks another set…

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Feature: It's a small world after aaaaaaaall...

The RPG Scrollbars: The Elder Scrolls – One Tamriel

I make no secret of not having liked The Elder Scrolls Online [official site]. Believe me, I wanted to dig it, but nothing this side of Planescape Torment Kart could have felt more not like the game it was meant to be without being part of some fever dream. That said, I do admire the fact that the creators have spent their time since launch…

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Feature: Anti-E3

Hype Check: Debunking E3’s Marketing

If you judged each of E3 2016's conferences by the volcanic applause following each announcement, no matter how minuscule or massive, then you probably think everything the developers said was written by God himself on a stone script. But you're smarter than that. I know you are. So, in continuation of our 'anti-E3' coverage, here are some of the moments when the creators and executives…

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The Elder Scrolls Online Gets Dark Brotherhood DLC

If I'm honest I'd totally forgotten that The Elder Scrolls Online [official site] is a thing that still exists. ZeniMax haven't, though. In fact they've just launched the latest DLC for the MMORPG: Dark Brotherhood. If you have even a passing familiarity with Elder Scrolls games you've probably worked out that the Dark Brotherhood stuff is about trying to join the franchise's guild of assassins:

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4 years ago

The Elder Scrolls: Legends Delayed Into 2016

As the end of the year approaches, a whole load of games optimistically slated to launch "in 2015" are about to become formally late. Such as The Elder Scrolls: Legends [official site], Bethesda's free-to-play CCG. When they announced it at E3, it was due to launch this year. Now it's not. In other news about The Elder Scrolls facing a tough time aping Blizzard, The…

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The Elder Scrolls Online’s First DLC Visits The Imperial City

Now that The Elder Scrolls Online [official site] has dropped its subscription fees (that came only eleven months after launch), it's getting settled into typical subscription-free MMORPG practises. TESO's first "DLC game pack", The Imperial City, will launch on August 31st. It'll bring new lines of story, more quests, new areas, new dungeons, extra monsters, extra craftable items... you know, DLC stuff.

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The Elder Scrolls Online Still Exists, This Video Is Proof

ZeniMax are keen to remind you that The Elder Scrolls Online [official site] is still an actual, real MMO that you can play if you'd like. They’re doing so by releasing a series of videos showcasing the game's key features, the first of which can be seen below. It details the level of freedom and choice found in the game, by having the guy who…

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5 years ago

The Elder Scrolls Online Drops Subscription Fees

When a new MMORPG launches, one question nowadays is: how long until it ditches subscriptions or goes free-to-play? For The Elder Scrolls Online [official site], it's been eleven months. Zenimax's unremarkable MMO take on the sprawling fantasy series stopped charging subscription fees yesterday, as planned. You'll still need to own a copy to play, you simply won't need to pay extra, like Guild Wars 2…

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Tamriel Gets Real: The Elder Scrolls Online Ditches Subs

"I told you so" is an ugly attitude, but it did seem unlikely that even a name as big as The Elder Scrolls could get away with a big-budget monthly subscription MMO in this day and age. Long-established games are still getting away with it, but this is Generation Free and it's much harder to lure people away from the many and various online entertainments…

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Elder Scrolls Online Getting NPC Theft, Dark Brotherhood

So, how about that Elder Scrolls Online? It sure is... um. It sure has... er. What I mean to say is, well... at least it looks nice. I really, honestly think it could've been great too, and maybe it still can be with time and work. Lots of time and work. Is Zenimax Online on the right track? It looks like we'll find out sooner rather…

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