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ZeniMax Asks For Feedback on ESO Update Five

by Shawn Hopkinson October 16, 2014
Today The Elder Scrolls Online Game Director Matt Firor posted a new “Road Ahead” update blog letting us know what to expect with The Elder Scrolls Online’s fifth update and asking players to test and provide feedback on the update. Firor said the fifth update to the game is now being tested on its Public […]
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The Elder Scrolls Online Celebrates Launch Day With New Trailer

by Shawn Hopkinson April 4, 2014
This celebratory trailer for today’s official The Elder Scrolls Online PC and Mac launch doesn’t contain gameplay. But it does look awesome, so it’s worth checking out. In addition to the trailer Game Director Matt Firor released this note to players: Welcome to April 4, 2014! Today‚Äôs worldwide release of The Elder Scrolls Online for […]

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Five Million People Have Registered for the The Elder Scrolls Online Beta

by Shawn Hopkinson March 14, 2014
The Elder Scrolls Online Director Matt Firor released a new letter today thanking players on the eve of this weekend’s final PC/Mac beta stress test. He has a lot of nice things to say, but one piece of info that stands out is that five million players have registered for the The Elder Scrolls Online […]
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$200 million? Rumor Swirling About The Elder Scrolls Online’s Budget

by Shawn Hopkinson January 6, 2014
The Elder Scrolls Online kicked off the new year with a little controversy. Kotaku columnist Superannuation Tweeted that The Elder Scrolls Online has a $200 million budget, then quickly deleted it. If true, this would make The Elder Scrolls Online one of the top three most expensive games to develop ever, below the $265 million […]