Bethesda and ZeniMax Online Studios streamed a lengthy reveal for the upcoming year of content for The Elder Scrolls Online. The first two parts of this year’s adventures arrive in March and June.
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The final part of The Elder Scrolls Online’s Legacy of the Bretons arc is out now on PC and Mac. The Firesong DLC will also hit consoles later this month.
The Elder Scrolls Online’s newest expansion takes players to High Isle this June. Thanks to the game’s approach to its story content, RPGamer was readily able to jump straight into a preview build without getting lost.
Bethesda Softworks and ZeniMax Online Studios held a presentation for The Elder Scrolls Online’s upcoming High Isle expansion. The video covers the expansion’s content, including the new Tales of Tribute card game.
Bethesda Softworks and ZeniMax Online Studios announced that 2022’s The Elder Scrolls Online are devoted to the new Legacy of the Bretons storyline. The Ascending Tide DLC will release in March, with expansion High Isle following in June.
Bethesda is preparing to unveil its latest content plans for The Elder Scrolls Online. A cinematic trailer teases some dangerous waters.
Joshua asks “Am I fighting a house?!” (spoilers: he is). Chris is on the wrong side of 40, and somehow forgets JRPGJuly. Kelley espouses “Exposure: The Cryptocurrency of Artists.” Anna Marie is teaching the whole RPGamer staff how to speedrun FF4: Free Enterprise. Yes, things got a little…weird this week.
Anna Marie, Chris, and Kelley are joined by special guest Ryan Radcliff! Chris swears every time E3 fails, an angel gets its wings. Anna Marie refuses to play games she’s in. Kelley wants to pet the cat cream roll. And Ryan is dragging around Paws’s corpse as he spins all the wheels.
On this week’s show, Chris is going through his failed Kickstarters; Anna Marie is off banging a ghost, which was fun; Kelley is collecting wheels of cheese in Skyrim; Josh is lookin’ fly in his Yakuza shoes; and Alex wonders why he didn’t just skip this week and write more E3 stories.
It’s the Old People Cast! Chris has issues with podcasts. Kelley asks if the gelatinous cube was worth it – it isn’t. Pascal is buried under a giant pile of visual novels. Anna Marie comes down with typhoid. And Robert insists there’s always room for more zippers.
The Blackwood expansion for The Elder Scrolls Online is now available on PC, Mac, and Stadia. PS4 and Xbox One versions will follow next week, with the MMORPG’s dedicated PS5 and Xbox Series X|S versions to come the week after.
Bethesda has new details for the upcoming Companions coming to The Elder Scrolls Online. Now even when playing solo, players won’t have to go it alone.
The release date for the PS5 and Xbox Series X|S versions of The Elder Scrolls Online has been announced. The versions will launch alongside the upcoming Blackwood expansion.
Two new dungeons are making their way to Elder Scrolls Online as part of the newest DLC pack. A new update also brings some character improvements for all players.
Bethesda Softworks and ZeniMax Online Studios unveiled more details for The Elder Scrolls Online’s year-long Gates of Oblivion event. Introductory dungeon DLC will launch in March, with the major expansion Blackwood to follow in June.
The Elder Scrolls Online will be getting another year-long event series in 2021. The full reveal of the content for Gates of Oblivion is set for January.
Bethesda confirmed that The Elder Scrolls Online will be coming to PS5 and Xbox Series X. A launch date was not announced for the next-gen versions, but owners of the PS4 and Xbox One versions will be able to upgrade for free.
The Elder Scrolls Online’s Greymoor expansion is now available on PC and Mac, bringing with it a cinematic launch trailer. Meanwhile, the MMORPG also received a date for its Google Stadia release.
Due to unforeseen circumstances, the latest expansion for The Elder Scrolls Online has been delayed. Thankfully Greymoor was only pushed back a week, so players won’t have to wait too long to experience the update.
2019 saw The Elder Scrolls Online bear witness to the year-long Season of the Dragon storyline. ZeniMax Online Studios revealed a similar plan for 2020 as players uncover the Dark Heart of Skyrim.