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Why We Are Looking Forward to Elder Scrolls Online

Elder Scrolls Online setting Let me begin by stating that there are some differences between the single-player Elder Scroll games and that of the mmo game. There are classes in the online game, which disappoints me a little but it seems that the system is still pretty flexible so you…

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Elder Scrolls Online Will Take Subscription Model

It is quite a bold move, considering the trend of MMOs like Star Wars:The Old Republic, Tera and Rift giving up on the subscription model in favor of the free to play options early this year. Matt Firor, General Manager of Zinmax Online explained that “The Elder Scrolls games are…

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The Elder Scrolls “We wanted to do monetisation outside of the game”

The Elder Scrolls Online director Matt Firor has explained to Eurogamer why Zenimax Online Studios has decided to charge a monthly subscription for the massively multiplayer online role-playing game at a time when most observers consider the business model outdated. Zenimax raised eyebrows this week when it announced that it…

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‘Skyrim’ success put pressure on ‘The Elder Scrolls Online’ team

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is one of Bethesda’s most popular video games, and the success of the game has increased expectations of what fans expect from future Elder Scrolls titles. On Aug. 21, Nick Konkle, Lead Gameplay Designer at Zenimax Online Studios, discussed with Examiner Skyrim’s success and the…

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The Elder Scrolls Online Will Offer an Item Store for “Fun Stuff and Services”

Matt Firor, the Elder Scrolls Online director, responded to a question about whether the MMO would include any extras like a shop or bonus points with the statement “there won’t be anything like bonus points, but we will have a shop to buy kind of fun stuff and services too…

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Zenimax details difference between ‘Skyrim’ and ‘Elder Scrolls Online’

Over the last few days, we have shared with you brand new information about Bethesda and Zenimax Online’s The Elder Scrolls Online – which is set for release on PS4, Xbox One, and PC in 2014. On Aug. 22, Nick Konkle, Gameplay Designer at Zenimax, talked with Examiner about the…

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The Elder Scrolls Goes Online in Spring 2014 on PC, Xbox One, and PS4

“Never have our choices weighed more heavily,” boasts the narrator. That’s hard to believe, considering we’re talking about an MMORPG—but hey. Awesome-looking (and sounding!) trailer. Those first-person shots really help give it that Elder Scrolls feel. And… oh, yeah. The game’s coming to next-gen consoles, too. TES Online’s game director,…

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TESO food truck hits the road in March for US tour

If The Elder Scrolls Online were to serve snacks to players, what would be on the menu? Now you can find out! On March 10th, the TESO food truck will start a cross-country jaunt across the US to bring tasty treats and swag giveaways to fans. Starting at the South…

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Serving you a scoop of The ESO beta details

So you know that the beta for The Elder Scrolls Online is coming up, right? Of course you do! But what you don’t know are many details about it. Well, slide on up to the counter here and we’ll give you the scoop — with a cherry on top. Beta…

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The Elder Scrolls Online serves up a stack of answers about combat

The Elder Scrolls Online is going to feature combat, which should come as a shock to precisely no one. But how is that combat going to work? How important will the holy trinity be in practice? How ornate will your attacks and counterattacks be? These and more are all excellent…