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.
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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.
Microsoft’s list of owned development studios has expanded even more. The company has spent $7.5 billion to acquire Bethesda Softworks’ parent company ZeniMax Media.
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.
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.
The Elders Scrolls Online is at the end of its Season of the Dragon content series. A cinematic trailer gears player up for the final battle, with a reveal of a familiar location for the next expansion.
Bethesda’s E3 Showcase featured a couple of Elder Scrolls RPGs. Blades gets a new update and is coming to Switch, while TES Online has a new cinematic trailer for Elsweyr and is also getting a couple of further updates later this year.
Journey to a new area of Tamriel in The Elder Scrolls Online’s newest chapter. Now available for purchase, Elsweyr introduces the new Necromancer class to the game.
Dragons are coming to The Elder Scrolls Online. 2019 will also see players heading to Elsweyr, home of the Khajiit.
Bethesda finished its showcase by revealing two upcoming games in the early stages of development. No details are available for The Elder Scrolls VI and Starfield, but we have some brief teasers.
Bethesda is making the most out of the Elder Scrolls, with various titles supplementing the main single-player series. Online, Legends, and new mobile title Blades all appeared at the company’s E3 showcase.
Bethesda continues its push to release Skyrim on every platform known to mankind. This time the VR version previously exclusive to PlayStation is releasing on Steam.
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