The Elder Scrolls Online Summary
Chris Capel goes once more into the Oblivion breach, dear friends..
is getting ready for the Champion System and the Justice System to be introduced to The Elder Scrolls Online early next year. The next huge update will hit the PTS in January.
Post-level 50 veteran progression changes are on the horizon and so is theft and even murder of NPCs. It'll be introduced in phases, meaning it's purely a PvE affair for now.
My experience of Dwemer Spheres ingames has not been entirely positive, the nasty little mechanical sods. Hopefully fans who've spent a lot of time playing The Elder Scrolls Online feel differently.
Developerhas that anyone who's played the fantasy MMO for six months or longer will unlock their very own Sphere as a vanity pet.
The fourth Elder Scrolls Online content patch has , opening up the highest reaches of Upper Craglorn for you to go adventuring about in.
There you'll find a new Trial, the Sanctum Ophidia, which has you face off against the "trolls and other nightmares" of the Scaled Court. I don't know what any of that means, but it all sounds lovely. You'll also be able to visit the fighting pits of the Dragonstar Arena.
Zenimax Online's staff have just suffered a round of layoffs, but publisher Bethesda says the situation won't affect the continuing development of MMO The Elder Scrolls Online.
"As is the norm for games of this type, we had ramped up a large workforce to develop a game of vast scale, and ramped up our customer service to handle the expected questions and community needs of The Elder Scrolls Online at launch," Bethesda's PR head Pete Hines .
Bethesda's The Elder Scrolls Online MMO has only been out a few months, but developer Zenimax is already offering free toys to the game's subscribers.
The Elder Scrolls Loyalty Programme starts, offering all eligible subscribers who've paid for at least three months of gameplay the 'High Hrothgar Wraith' vanity pet.