- Philip Archer Domo F posted at Apr 14, 2013 1:00 pm
From the very start, there was no question that The Elder Scrolls Online was going to be a total crapshoot. Depending on who you talked to and how much hope they had the game was either going to be a bullet in the head of their favorite IP or the great next generation of Elder Scrolls games / MMOs. And this was with barely any information coming out the surprisingly tight-lipped Zenimax Online. In a way, its a prediction of how the game will likely be received by gamers, one of the two extremes, and that's because with the high standards set by Bethesda in the previous titles in the Elder Scrolls series a mediocre game, or even decent game that would otherwise see decent success, is going to be seen as a travesty to the IP, the only way to satiate the fanbase would be with a remarkable game they feel worthy of the franchise.
So it's no surprise that when a video was leaked earlier today by one of the Beta testers of TESO the fans were quick to jump all over it and scream bloody murContinue Reading
It’s (almost) time for you to get your hands on The Elder Scrolls Online.
and Zenimax has announced that you'll be able to sign up!
ZeniMax Online Studios today started taking signups for The Elder Scrolls Online beta, opening up the floodgates for thousands of gamers to experience, first-hand, an MMORPG set in the popular Elder Scrolls universe.You can now officially sign up for The Elder Scrolls Online beta program starting today. If selected, you will be one of the first people to embark upon the newest Elder Scrolls adventure, and help us beta test The Elder Scrolls Online. Please be aware that this is just beta sign-ups. Once our first beta test begins, we’ll make sure everyone knows—watch our official website, Facebook, Google+, and Twitter for an announcement about the first round ofContinue Reading
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An Introduction To The Elder Scrolls Online!
Today a brand new 9 minute introduction to the Elder Scrolls Online came out and inside was a ton of information regarding Zeni Max's plans for the combat system, quests, raids, dungeons, and more. The introduction is done in a documentary style which sets up for more videos like this from Zeni Max in the near future which will explain The Elder Scrolls Online into more detail.
Overall I thought the video was a fantastic way to introduce many to this questionable title that will be debuting sometime in 2013. In my opinion the graphics looked great, the combat system looked fluid, and the PVP piece they threw in there gave me the chills of excitement. However, like many, I'm still not completely convinced that the game will be amazing, but this video helped give further insight into the little information we have gotten from Zeni Max.
After watching the video, what do you think? Leave your thoughts down in the comment section below!
- GeorgeWashington posted at Oct 23, 2012 12:02 am
First Person Action Combat Confirmed For The Elder Scrolls Online!Whats up gamers im your host Zach Sharpes here with a little bit of breaking news! Scott Hawkes of Gamebreaker.tv (http://www.gamebreaker.tv) confirmed the combat style of The Elder Scrolls Online when he demoed the game in its Pre Alpha state for a solid 4 hours. He stated that the combat felt as if he put a glove on when compared to Skyrims combat and all that's added is a hot bar skill system that will allow players to progress with which ever weapon type they please. Exciting news for those wondering about how Zeni Max will convert this much loved IP from Bethesda.
Source Article: http://www.gamebreaker.tv/mmorpg/the-elder-scrolls-unveiled/
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- Dododoro posted at Oct 03, 2012 2:47 pm
Rich Vogel, a longtime game designer who most recently served as executive producer onBioWare's online RPG The Old Republic, is joining Bethesda, the publisher behind games likeSkyrim and the upcoming Dishonored.
Bethesda's press release says Vogel and his new team will be working on "an unannounced project," but Bethesda is also currently working on its own massively multiplayer online RPG:The Elder Scrolls Online (pictured above). Interesting!
Vogel's new company, Battlecry Studios, will be based in Austin. As gaming site Polygon points out, job listings for Battlecry suggest that their game will involve microtransactions. They're also looking for a lead designer with experience working on first-person shooters and RPGs.
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So here I am again. I welcome my all 100,000 readers to read my 2nd article. I guess that you all were very excited about that what I'm writing next. Now the waiting is over!
Ok let's stop this dreaming...
So, Skyrim arrived to us about 8 months ago (I can't believe that so long time have passed!). I'm glad I don't have to wait that anymore. But now we The Elder Scrolls fans have a new game to wait (ofc there's also Skyrim DLC Dawnguard). And it is The Elder Scrolls Online by Bethesda Networks and Zenimax Online.
Over 20 years The Elder Scrolls have been single player games (I don't count those multiplayer mods). And now there will finally be TES Online. I'm excited to see how they can transformseries like The Elder Scrolls into multiplayer.
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So for those interested in Elder Scrolls Online (including me), gameinformer(Who gets pretty much all the info) has a bit more news for the game, which includes of video interview on the making of the game, which gives a bit more detail on the setting and how they're going about things. Since the game is being developed by ZeniMax Online, which is actually the parent company of Bethesda, but the Bethesda team is not working on the game, which may create a bit of worry from fans, but it seems like they know what they're doing, despite me being fairly disappointed that the combat won't be the same as the previous installments of the franchise. For one the setting in the story is set in the second era, which is about a thousand years before the evens in Skyrim. IContinue Reading
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- Zevri posted at May 15, 2012 9:48 pm
The guys over at GameInformer are getting most if not all of the information about the game tossed to them, at least first, and usually linked on Elder Scrolls Online's site. This round they got some information on the factions of Daggerfall Covenant, which is one of the factions you can take part of in the game. This faction includes the Bretons, Redguards, and Orcs - which are all races people should be familiar with if they've played any of the Elder Scrolls games before. Bretons and Orcs reside in High Rock while Redguards reside in Hammerfell.
I made a point of mentioning where they're from for another reason. If you read more into the game, one aspect of it that is highly appealing is that the game will feature a bit of each continent in the lore. Meaning you'll be aContinue Reading