The Elder Scrolls Online Summary
Through our tradition of trying to catalog the consistent update and changelogs coming from a wide range of popular titles, we turn our efforts toward Bethesda's much-awaited venture into the MMO marketplace with The Elder Scrolls Online.
What was once thought to be a PlayStation only event has now dug its claws a little deeper. The Elder Scrolls Online free weekend is PC-bound.
Just in time for Halloween comes The Elder Scrolls Online's brand new holiday event, The Witches Festival, which will run until the end of the month. Tamriel is the centre of the festivities where anyone can gather in secret locations throughout the host land. Tasks will be assigned to the adventurers with exciting loot and achievements for motivation.
The ambitious 'One Tamriel' update for Bethesda's debut MMORPG 'The Elder Scrolls: Online' has arrived on PC and Mac today with a console release coming October 18.
The changes affect the size of the game in some interesting ways. As the name suggests, the One Tamriel update unifies the world in which the title takes place, allowing adventurers of any alliance or level to scale down their power proportionately to the task at hand.
Of all the MMOs I haven’t had time to play over the years, I think I regret the time not spent with Elder Scrolls Online the most. I love the Elder Scrolls, to the point at which just getting to see locations like Elsweyr and the Black Marsh would be enough to keep me going. The game’s latest bit of DLC focuses squarely on that latter location, the Argonian homeland.