- Is TESO Still Coming to Consoles in 2014? Umm, Maybe
Zenimax still says its goal is to bring The Elder Scrolls Online this year, but it’s not making any promises.
The company had already delayed the game about six months from its June release date on Xbox One and PS4. June, as you may have noticed, is the sixth of twelve months, so the game was coming at the end of the year at best anyway.
Creative Director Paul Sage told IGN the plan is still to get it out this year, but also made no guarantees there wont be additional delays.
“I will tell you we are working round the clock to ...
- The Elder Scrolls Online Craglorn Update Coming This Week Gamers will not have to wait much longer for the Craglorn update, which adds a new adventure zone and other additional content and functions to The Elder Scrolls Online.
Zenimax recently revealed that the target date for the release of the game’s first update is “Thursday or Friday,” according to IGN.
The game’s Creative Director Paul Sage said Zenimax’s plan to have new content updates every four to six weeks is “fairly on schedule.”
“I think we’re still at the tail-end of six weeks, I could be wrong there, it’s all a blur! But we’re either in the sixth week or the seventh ...
- Meet Craglorn: ESO’s First Adventure Zone It took the scenic route but it finally arrived: The Elder Scrolls Online’s very first adventure zone. Called Craglorn, the adventure zone is set between northeastern Hammerfell and Cyrodiil and is designed specifically for four Veteran Rank 10+ players along with Veteran 12-player Trials. The primary questline involves Molag Bal and revolves around the disappearance of constellations – the Warrior Celestials – from the sky with Delves being instanced to your group so that you will always encounter bosses and find a Skyshard. For the four-player groups, the quests and bosses they encounter are all tuned accordingly for Veteran Rank ...
- Microsoft: MMOs Like ESO Will Still Require Xbox Live Gold Subscription on Xbox One Recent news that Xbox One was ditching the Xbox Live Gold requirement for services like Netflix had users wondering if it would still be required for paid MMOs like The Elder Scrolls Online and free-to-play games. And the answer is nope, at least not yet.
Joystiq asked Microsoft’s Phil Spencer about the issue:
“Right now we haven’t changed the policy on MMOs and free-to-play games,” Spencer said. While not getting into specifics, he noted that with some games there are “engineering constraints, policy constraints and partner constraints in each one of these scenarios,” so the decision to keep games behind the Xbox ...
- Elder Scrolls Online Team Says It Is Still Working on Bot Issue
It’s no secret that The Elder Scrolls Online is plagued by bots. Bots farming bosses and gold and generally getting in the way and breaking immersion. At one point game director Matt Firor said bots and other black market activity accounted for up to 85 percent of customer service complaints. The video linked above shows how annoying it can be.
In a blog post today, the ESO team said it is working on measures to combat the invasion.
“We currently find bots that are farming and remove them from the game as quickly as possible. We’re always looking at other methods to ...
- Unfortunate ESO Glitch is Unfortunate, Hilarious
This should just be The Elder Scrolls Online characters cooking and eating, but some bad placement makes it into something else entirely. Don’t watch this at work, if you’re the kind of person who watches video game videos at work and I would have to assume that in itself is a no-no.
- Console Versions of The Elder Scrolls Online Delayed Six Months If you were waiting to play The Elder Scrolls Online on consoles in June, you’re going to have to wait a lot longer. Bethesda has confirmed that the console versions have been delayed six months.
Bethesda released this official statement on the Xbox One and PS4 versions today:
“We continue to work on the console versions of ESO, and game development has been progressing steadily, but we are still working to solve a series of unique problems specific to those platforms. Integrating our systems with each console manufacturer’s networks — which are both different from the PC/Mac system as well as different ...
- The Elder Scrolls Online’s First Emperor Speaks
Theelderscrollsonline.com has an interview with the first player to be crowned “Emperor” in the game, an impressive feat that requires dominating the Alliance War and the leaderboards, but at least you get a sweet set of custom armor.
The first Emperor is Morkulth, an Altmer sorcerer from the Entropy Rising guild. Morkulth’s strategy for becoming an Emperor involved lots of help from Entropy Rising and PRX, lots of time invested, and lots of trail mix to get him through long gaming sessions.
“I prepared by having lots of trail mix at hand if the fight was to go into the late hours ...
- The Three Elder Scrolls Online Cinematic Trailers Make One Awesome Short Film The guys at Kotaku point out that if you watch all three The Elder Scrolls Online Trailers in a row, they make a longer-form 15-minute animated movie. So, let’s do that.
That’s was interesting. It’s certainly not seamless, but any excuse to check out these beautiful trailers by Blur Studio again is worth making.
- The Elder Scrolls Online Lore, In Compressed Form
Got a minute? Then that’s enough time to catch up on the lore of The Elder Scrolls Online with this cool video. Relive all the shenanigans that led up to you losing your soul, and why you, and about a million other like you, are the only hope to stop Molag Bal.