The Elder Scrolls Online Summary
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.
It's been long rumoured thatwill admit defeat and unveil that The Elder Scrolls Online just isn't working as a monthly subscription MMO and will instead be relaunched free-to-play. More evidence begins to mount.
According to sources, Australia'sis to no longer stock physical copies of The Elder Scrolls Online, which makes sense as its packaging would be inaccurate and therefore illegal.
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.