Entries in 'elder scrolls online' (18)
Recent changes to Xbox Live have not liberated Bethesda’s The Elder Scrolls Online from its Xbox Live Gold requirement.
Bethesda has confirmed that the PS4 and Xbox One versions of The Elder Scrolls Online have been delayed by around six months.
A now-removed update to Bethesda's The Elder Scrolls Online FAQ has claimed that the console version of the MMO has suffered a big delay.
Naming and shaming is normally prohibited on The Elder Scrolls Online’s boards. But rules are made to be broken.
Bethesda’s The Elder Scrolls Online is out on PC and Mac today and the launch trailer is well worth five minutes of your time.
The implementation of a monthly subscription fee for the upcoming The Elder Scrolls Online was not forced upon Bethesda by parent company ZeniMax.
The publisher is offering free copies of AC IV: Black Flag and AC III to those who buy Elder Scrolls Online through uPlay.
Bethesda has released a dramatic new trailer for The Elder Scrolls Online and lifted the lid on a new SKU for the game.
Bethesda has confirmed that PS4 owners will not need to subscribe to PlayStation Plus to play The Elder Scrolls Online.
A blockbuster roster of voice talent has been revealed for Bethesda’s The Elder Scrolls Online.
American regulator ESRB has handed Bethesda’s The Elder Scrolls Online with a Mature age rating.
Bethesda has announced the release date for it's upcoming MMO The Elder Scrolls Online.
The Elder Scrolls Online should be available to all Xbox One owners, even if they don’t subscribe to Xbox Live.
More details have emerged about the business model behind Bethesa's hotly-anticipated MMO for PC and next-gen consoles.
The announcement may have met a mixed reaction, but Bethesda is confident consumers will deem its upcoming MMO to be worth the monthly fee.
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Players of The Elder Scrolls Online will be required to play a monthly subscription.
Bethesda's New Order: Pete Hines on Elder Scrolls, The Evil Within, Wolfenstein and the next generation
When Xbox 360 and PS3 launched Bethesda had a single development studio. Now it has seven, all working on next-generation video games.