Elder Scrolls Online has been hit by a game-breaking exploit that lets players attain almost unlimited wealth in the game. It seems that the bug's been fixed by a new patch, though.
Last week, I detailed the reasons that Elder Scrolls Online is better than Skyrim. The MMORPG isn't an upgrade in every way, though.
In a break from MMO tradition, Elder Scrolls Online doesn't have server-wide auction houses. However, some players have solved that issue by creating one of their own.
Many fans of Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim probably wouldn't preferred a direct sequel to that game rather than Elder Scrolls Online, an MMORPG set in the same world. However, ESO is actually a great option for Skyrim veterans.
Today The Elder Scrolls Online officially launched for PC and Mac gamers across the world. The MMORPG takes place on the same world seen in single-player RPG's like Skyrim, Morrowind and Oblivion.
ZeniMax Online Studios managed to sneak in one big patch for Elder Scrolls Online before the game's official public launch on Friday. Patch 1.0.1 removes many bugs which in some cases prevented players from progressing in the game.
Elder Scrolls Online doesn't ship with controller support for the PC and Mac. However, with a little extra effort, you can make the MMORPG work with a gamepad.
Elder Scrolls Online is adding a flood of new players today. ZeniMax Online Studios has started the Three-Day Early Access period for the PC and Mac versions MMORPG.
Elder Scrolls Online, like a lot of MMO's, can be a bit intimidating at first. The game throws a lot of decisions at you right away with only minimal explanation. Here's a short guide to help you get started on your journey.
Today the MMORPG Elder Scrolls Online officially launches on the PC and Mac. ZeniMax Online Studios is only letting a select group of players into the game for now, though.
Next week Elder Scrolls Online will launch and kick off a war between the three player alliances. Today developer ZeniMax revealed the various campaigns that players can choose from for this war.
Today ZeniMax Online Studios explained what Elder Scrolls Online players will be able to do once they hit the level cap of 50. The MMORPG's "Veteran" content includes both PvE and PvP challenges for groups and solo players.
Elder Scrolls Online will have a staggered launch, with some players being able to access the game before others. During a Reddit AMA last night, the development team at ZeniMax Online Studios explained exactly how the MMO's release will play out.
The beta for Elder Scrolls Online is live for a new weekend test. This will be players' last opportunity to try the game for free before it officially launches on PC and Mac.
ZeniMax Online Studios and Dark Horse Comics have teamed up for special Hero's Guides inspired by Elder Scrolls Online. This set of hardcover books provides additional information on the story and world of the MMORPG.