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If you've been keeping track of Elder Scrolls Online you might remember that the game was delayed for the Xbox One and PS4. The delay has allowed Zenimax Online, a subsidiary of Zenimax, to focus on cleaning the game up for home consoles and optimizing the specs for the highest performance afforded for the eighth-gen machines.
Elder Scrolls Online will soon be playable without a monthly subscription. PC, Mac, PS4 and Xbox One owners will only need to purchase the game to play it.
A quiet shutdown or a for-pay game gearing up to go free-to-play? That’s the question on everyone’s mind as word trickles out that The Elder Scrolls Online is being pulled from shelves at quite a few major retailers.
Elder Scrolls Online's PS4 and Xbox One versions still aren't out yet. However, ZeniMax Online Studios decided to throw console gamers a bone today and share a few details.
Zenimax is rolling out their big event today called QuakeCon. The annual convention will allow gamers to witness new announcements and gameplay from popular titles under the Zenimax corporate umbrella in real-time, thanks to live-streaming taking place right now of QuakeCon 2014.
Believe it or not, we're already at the halfway point in 2014. All the big announcements at E3 put our attention on Fall 2014 and beyond, but it's worth looking back at the past six months of games as well.
ZeniMax Online Studios is hoping to release Elder Scrolls Online on PS4 and Xbox One by the end of 2014. They can't be sure that they'll hit that goal, though.
This weekend my Elder Scrolls Online subscription ran out. I won't be renewing it.
Elder Scrolls Online won't be debuting on the PS4 and Xbox One next month as planned. Today developer ZeniMax Online Studios announced a significant delay for the console versions of the MMORPG.
Elder Scrolls Online players will soon be allowed to commit crimes other than gold spamming and item duping. This weekend developer ZeniMax Online Studios discussed how players can become thieves and assassins and how the game will handle this unlawful behavior.
Elder Scrolls Online game director Matt Firor said today that they want to reward players who have stuck with the MMORPG throughout the game's early problems. They're extending everyone's subscription by five days.
Elder Scrolls Online director Matt Firor revealed during his "state of the game" address that the MMO's gold spammers and bots are by far the most common customer service complaint about the game.
The Elder Scrolls Online team at ZeniMax Online Studios has released another major patch for the MMORPG. The new update, patch 1.0.5, provides a slew of bug fixes from all sections of the game.
ZeniMax Online Studios has begun to take disciplinary action against Elder Scrolls Online players who were duplicating items. They're currently handing out permanent bans to the offenders.
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.