The Elder Scrolls Online Summary
Bethesda together with Zenimax Online have today announced that The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited, is now available on PC and Mac.
Tamriel Unlimited marks the foray of the The Elder Scrolls Online into free-to-play territory, meaning that anybody who fancies a go at the game without plonking down any money can do just that.
Get your Pip-boys ready becauseis gearing up for their "first-ever" dedicated press conference at this year's in Los Angeles, California. What's on the agenda for the RPG and shooter outfit? Nobody knows!
Not yet at least, but the coming months should reveal more about Bethesda's plans for E3. An online Twitch stream will be running on the day. Fallout, Elder Scrolls, Wolfenstein, Doom...
All that clutter in your backpack is about to get a significant spring clean, thanks to Update 6 for The Elder Scrolls Online. The dev team has decided to implement a Collections System, but what does that mean?
It means items considered as 'collectibles', like pets and mounts, won't be stuff in your backpack any more. Instead they'll have their own section with "easy access" without lugging them around.
You'll be able to find out for yourself if crime does indeed pay when Update 6 for The Elder Scrolls Online launches early this year - the focus is firmly on the less heroic side of adventuring.
A newwill finally allow you to indulge your criminal side, looting NPCs and stores, murdering citizens and beating up mouthy peasants. Of course, if you get caught doing any of these things the consequences can be unpleasant.
ZeniMax Online's subscription model for The Elder Scrolls Online is coming to a close, much to no one's surprise, and it will be making the switch to free-to-play in mid-March.
The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited is the re-release of the MMO, and all PC gamers will get a free upgrade March 17th. From then on only a one-time purchase is needed to play.