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Bethesda E3 press conference cheering man insists he's just a mega-fan.
Looking Elsweyr for inspiration.
UPDATE: Giveaway period extended following technical difficulties.
A large-scale problem.
From 1994's Arena to 2018's ESO.
Plus Elder Scrolls Legends stuff, with more to come.
A super-fan ventures into The Elder Scrolls Online.
On all platforms.
See how ZeniMax Online Studios has reinvented Vvardenfell.
Wealth beyond measure, Outlander.
Well goodness me.
UPDATE: Xbox One trial begins this week.
Khajiit while you can.
Notorious assassin group offers new passive skill tree.
New video details upcoming expansion.
UPDATE: Bethesda refutes report, says approx. 50 jobs lost mid-August.
Playing enters you into the $1m prize draw.
Largest DLC yet due 2nd November on PC, two weeks later on console.
New areas, quests and enemies, priced at 2500 in-game Crowns.
Just weeks after launch of console port.
Adds the first three updates from the PC version.
After initially claiming the opposite.
Zenimax tells us it's looking into a "quick chat" system.
MMO's only console beta will launch tomorrow.
To transfer account and own PS4 or Xbox One game.
Adds justice, champion systems and much more.
"This gives the player a choice."
Sure to cause some fallout.
UPDATE: First console gameplay footage within and new details.
"But there's still some work to do before we can set an official launch date."
But it sounds like the console versions, although AWOL, are OK.
Pay for three months and get a free pet.
And SWTOR made $165m last year, apparently.
A real Corvo-sation starter.
"I believe our next update is fairly on schedule."
UPDATE: Bethesda confirms, offers discount for those who buy on PC now.
Five days free for anyone registered now.
Private messaging disabled in a bid to battle black market.
Quest issues fixed while fight against bots continues.
Causes 85 per cent of customer service complaints.
"For the best of the best."
An afternoon epic - cut short by server maintenance. Doh!
This time to celebrate the game's launch.
Opens at noon on Sunday for some people.
On a related note, we have 1400 beta keys to give away!
But can you really have a traditional MMO without it?
Limited Imperial Edition of the game announced, too.
But it will require a Gold account on Xbox One.
Cleese! Gambon! Molina! Nighy!
Perhaps working together isn't so bad after all.
PC and Mac in April. PS4 and Xbox One in June.
Bethesda's MMO has changed since we last saw it - and it's looking good.
Developer session for The Evil Within on Thursday 26th, streamed online.
"This isn't a referendum on free-to-play."
"It's largely a hardware thing."
All versions coming out in spring 2014.
It's got a better-looking lockpicking mini-game than Skyrim.
UPDATE: ZeniMax Media pulls video.
A prisoner of tradition, a victim of heritage.
Beta signs-ups are now live.
Our closest look at the MMO so far.
"If we could have done Skyrim as an MMO, we would have."
Beyond what an MMO can handle, explains Zenimax.
"Public dungeons were my favourite thing about EverQuest."
Zenimax promises thorough beta test this time.
"The world focuses on you - you are the hero."
Gameplay-free teaser for Zenimax's MMO.
A different yet familiar game.
Set 1000 years before Skyrim, out on PC/Mac next year.