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The Elder Scrolls Online won't require PS Plus, will require Xbox Live Gold

The Elder Scrolls Online will not require a PlayStation Plus membership to play on PS4, ZeniMax Online Studios Game Director Matt Firor wrote in a PlayStation Blog update. Bethesda confirmed to Joystiq that the subscription-based MMORPG will require an Xbox Live Gold membership to play on Xbox One,...

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The Elder Scrolls Online tagged with Mature rating by ESRB

The Elder Scrolls Online has been given a Mature rating by the Entertainment Software Ratings Board. Bethesda noted on the game's official Facebook page that while it does not agree with the ESRB's rating, intimating that it expected a "Teen" label, it is "unwilling to change the game's content to...

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Elder Scrolls Online launch dates: April 4 for PC & Mac, June next-gen

The Elder Scrolls Online officially unravels onto Windows PC and Mac on April 4, before scrolling to Xbox One and PlayStation 4 sometime in June. The launch date represents the culmination of some six to seven years of development by Zenimax Online Studios, and the beginning of the first MMO in...

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Bethesda 'pushing' against Xbox Live Gold fees for Elder Scrolls Online

Bethesda is in talks with Microsoft to allow non-Xbox Live Gold members to play Elder Scrolls Online, according to an OXM interview. As it stands, players will need the paid Xbox Live subscription to play the game on Xbox One, which Bethesda recently announced is no longer free to play, but will...

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Elder Scrolls Online opting for subscription model over F2P

The Elder Scrolls Online will cost adventurous non-Dovahkiin $14.99/€12.99/£8.99 per month once it launches next year, ZeniMax Online general manager Matt Firor has told GameStar. "Going with any other model meant that we would have to make sacrifices and changes we weren't willing to...

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Wii U not on Bethesda's short-term radar

Wii U owners hoping for a little Bethesda-brand steampunk/open world/pseudo-historical/massively multiplayer whatever may want to start grazing other pastures, as Nintendo's console is nowhere to be seen on the publisher's horizon. "None of the game's we've announced are being developed for the...

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Elder Scrolls Online playable at Gamescom

Bethesda announced this morning The Elder Scrolls Online will be playable at this year's Gamescom in Cologne, Germany. Gamescom, the world's largest video game convention, will be open to the public from August 22-25. Tickets for the show are available now. Just be painfully aware of the crowds...

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Lend a helping hand in the Elder Scrolls Online

Despite its hefty name recognition, The Elder Scrolls Online has a tough row to hoe. It's a brand new massively multiplayer RPG trying to join a market dominated by titans like World of Warcraft. And, unlike competitors such as Star Wars: The Old Republic or the upcoming The Secret World, it can't...

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Unfurling Elder Scrolls Online with lead gameplay designer Nick Konkle

After witnessing an E3 demonstration of The Elder Scrolls Online (more on that soon!), we took a moment to chat with its lead gameplay designer, Nick Konkle, about the visual design, combat, social features and cooperative reward system. Also, about how a warrior can turn a mage's flame vortex...

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Seen@E3: An actual Elder Scroll, imminent doom

The good news: On the way to see the Elder Scrolls Online, we spotted an actual, real-life Elder Scroll. The bad news: We may have opened a portal to Oblivion and cursed all of humanity (and E3 2012 in particular) for all of eternity. The unexpected extra good news: A Daedroth just ate Ubisoft's...

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