The Elder Scrolls Online News (Xbox360)

The Elder Scrolls Online in new video, Dev Play Session shows 'group content'

Posted: 22.01.2014 by Technet2k

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A new Dev Play Session video from the developers of The Elder Scrolls Online has been posted and it's about 8 minutes of taking a look at group content and activities in the upcoming MMO.

The team insist that grouping isn't necessary to enjoy the game, but that positive incentives are easy to find, such as being about to quick-travel to party members for easier questing.

Elder Scrolls Online team asks what are our top 3 items we "never leave without"

Posted: 17.01.2014 by Technet2k

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It's hard living in the Elder Scrolls universe; there are sneak-thieves, dragon insurance premiums and adopted kids at home wanting the latest ball-in-a-cup game. What then are our top 3 must-adventure-with items?

This comes from the Developer Question of the Week #54. Elder Scrolls Online creators want to know what we deem as our 3 essential items for adventuring. Pants for one, presumably.

Bethesda announce April 4th 2014 release for The Elder Scrolls Online

Posted: 11.12.2013 by Technet2k

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MMO Elder Scrolls Online from Bethesda will be launching worldwide in early April 2014, announces ESO game director Matt Firor. Xbox One and PS4 versions release two months later in June.

All major systems development is complete, revealed Firor, as they no focus solely on polish and game balance. The next few months are dedicated to feedback from testers.

The Elder Scrolls Online trailer shows off character progression

Posted: 04.12.2013 by JonahFalcon

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The Elder Scrolls Online lead designer Nick Konkle hosts a new developer diary, showing off character progression. The upcoming MMO will feature the same style of leveling as the single player games, allowing players a tremendous amount of freedom on how they want to kit out their character.

Latest Bethesda 'Ask Us Anything' details TESO lockpicking, kill-stealing

Posted: 19.11.2013 by Technet2k

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How will The Elder Scrolls Online dealing with the dirty business of 'kill-stealing'? The latest Ask Us Anything posted by Bethesda reveals the MMORPG doesn't want to discourage "helpful behaviour" in any way.

In order to prevent kill-stealing, only if someone does sufficient enough damage alongside the original aggressor will they share in any XP or loot, otherwise they get nothing.