After last year’s amazing E3 conference, Bethesda was hoping to do it again, and for the most part, they succeeded. They showed off all the new games that had previously been announced and even a few surprises and one game that didn’t even get leaked. Bethesda was certainly better than EA’s weak conference. Continue reading Bethesda’s E3 Conference Recap
Now it has been approximately a month since the AAA MMO Elder Scrolls Online hit consoles. As this has been the first time many people have ever played the game, ourselves included, going into such a massive game is not a light undertaking to undergo for a full review. So, we have made the decision to separate the review into several parts. Now without further ado, here are the impressions the game has left upon us so far!
Bethesda will be hosting their first ever E3 conference this year.
It’s official for all of you ESO fans out there; the Craglorn update will be patched in tomorrow, May 22nd, at 8am EDT according to ZeniMax. Continue reading Elder Scrolls Online: Craglorn Update Coming 5/22
Bethesda has confirmed that The Elder Scrolls Online has been delayed for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One by about 6 months.
Because of the initial launch troubles the Elder Scrolls Online had experienced, developer Zenimax is offering five days of free game time in order to compensate early adopters for these issues.