Monthly Archive: January 2017

When the free Homestead update launches for The Elder Scrolls Online in February, players on all platforms will be able to purchase and customize a variety of homes all over Tamriel. Nearly 40 homes will be available across zones part of the base game when the patch releases and over 2,000 new items will be […]

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Elder Scrolls Online Homestead DLC has finally gotten a release date for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Players will be able to build unique homes suited for their characters on the MMORPG come February. There will be thousands of new items to decorate the houses with and other updates. Elder Scrolls Online Homestead DLC […]

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Last month, Bethesda announced the next step for “The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited,” which will appear in the form of the “Homestead” update. The free DLC is similar to “Skyrim’s Hearthfire,” which adds details for players to establish, maintain, furnish and decorate their own home in the game. Bethesda has now unveiled the exact […]

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Over the next several weeks, players of The Elder Scrolls Online have plenty of new additions to enjoy. The Crown Store is welcoming new items throughout January, and February will usher in the Homestead update. Here are some of the new items and features players can expect over the coming weeks while they are adventuring […]

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Exciting additions could be coming to “The Elder Scrolls Online” this year with one already confirmed and another possible new feature recently uncovered by a fan going through the game’s files. Starting off with the still unconfirmed addition, a few days ago, Redditor “FloorBelow” posted an image containing an area map of a location that […]

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The Elder Scrolls Online allows you to explore many of the areas featured in the series, but not yet all of them. The main landmass featured in The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind, Vvardenfell, is one such notable exception, though it may not be for much longer. Files pointing to the addition of Vvardenfell have been […]

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Storm Atronach theme kicks off Crown Crate introduction – gallery inside. After a rocky start, Zenimax’s flagship multiplayer, The Elder Scrolls Online, has steadily found its feet. Dropping its subscription model, and introducing features such as the Thieves Guild and Dark Brotherhood have gone a long way in making it one of the best MMOs […]

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The Elder Scrolls Online that Zenimax launched in the summer of 2014 left “a lot of work to do”, as director Matt Firor puts it now. One of its failings was that it couldn’t offer the same reactive infrastructure that distinguishes the single-player Bethesda games. While Zenimax outclassed their MMO peers in acknowledging player decision-making, […]

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