The Elder Scrolls Online Summary
Those of you who played The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind way back when probably know a thing or two about the Clockwork City. With that game taking place 700 years after the events of The Elder Scrolls Online, wouldn't you like to see how the mechanical marvel looked 7 centuries ago?
Fight Back The Minotaur/Reachmen Forces In ESO's 'Horns Of The Reach' Add-On Pack In Just A Few Weeks
The Elder Scrolls: Online hasn't been considered a game without substance for quite some time now. Rejunevating itself from a rocky launch, it's one of the more popular MMOs on the market and one that keeps a certain playerbase from complaining about a lack of The Elder Scrolls VI.
Never settling on the way they offer up Tamriel to potential players, Zenimax and Bethesda are opening up The Elder Scroll Online for free over the next few days.
If you've been waiting for the Skywind mod to take you back to the middle of The Elder Scrolls as a franchise, Elder Scrolls Online might be the speedier route now.
If you're ready to download around 4GB of data today, you're ready to own your own home. In-game, anyway. The 'Homestead' update for The Elder Scrolls Online is now available for testing.