The Elder Scrolls Online, the MMO spin-off from Bethesda's best-selling critically acclaimed RPG saga, has long been in development for PC. Now the publisher has confirmed that the game will be coming to next generation consoles as well, when it launches next year.…
The Elder Scrolls Online launches this week for PC, and aims to bring back the days when players paid a monthly subscription to join massive multiplayer role-playing games
It's taken a long time for venerable RPG series The Elder Scrolls to slide over into the MMO arena, but it sounds like Bethesda has been taking notes and working out how to do things differently rather than just slapping a Skyrim skin on a World of Warcraft clone.…
Naoki Yoshida, producer and director of Final Fantasy 14: A Realm Reborn, wants to bring the Japanese MMORPG to Xbox One, but first has to convince Microsoft to let him do it.
Bethesda has revealed that The Elder Scrolls Online, if anything, has an even more impressive cast than previous games
It was good news for Respawn Entertainment this week, as its debut title Titanfall swept the board at the E3 2013 Game Critic Awards, winning all six prizes it was nominated for. That will certainly come as a relief to Respawn's Jason West and Vince Zampella, who left Call of Duty studio Infinity Ward to go it alone with Titanfall.…
The Elder Scrolls Online will be a subscription-based multiplayer RPG when it launches in April. The reason for this, publisher Bethesda has explained, is that it means the game can be supported with constant hefty updates that keep the game fresh.
Bethesda's MMO The Elder Scrolls Online won't be short of gameplay, what with it combining the scope and scale of games like Skyrim with the populated and persistent multiplayer setting of an MMO like World of Warcraft. That doesn't mean that there won't be more stuff to come - and sooner rather than later.…