The next The Elder Scrolls Online expansion, Morrowind, is coming to gaming systems in a few short months, and a new video demonstrates a major quest line.
The Elder Scrolls Online’s upcoming Morrowind expansion will feature the introduction of a brand new class, and Bethesda releases a trailer to showcase the new Warden role.
The video game publisher and developer Bethesda officially announces that the full base game of The Elder Scrolls Online gets a free to play week starting tomorrow.
With Bethesda now working on some major new releases, Game Rant takes a look at some of the potential locations of the next game in The Elder Scrolls series.
Bethesda Softworks and Zenimax Online Studios’ MMORPG, Elder Scrolls Online, has hit a milestone of 8.5 million copies sold, according to the game’s director.
Bethesda director Todd Howard isn’t ready to confirm which version of Skyrim is releasing on the Nintendo Switch at this point in time.
Bethesda is publishing its first gameplay trailer for The Elder Scrolls Online’s first major expansion, Morrowind, showcasing the new Warden class in action.
The TES Renewal Project showcases the hard work the volunteers have done in just two months, bringing the revamped world of Skyblivion tantalizingly close.
Bethesda Softworks announces ZeniMax Online Entertainment’s first major The Elder Scrolls Online expansion, Morrowind, which also adds the Warden class.
A product listing on the Best Buy Canada website possibly leaks that The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim on Switch is the Special Edition of the game, complete with mod support.
Bethesda PR vice president Pete Hines reveals that the Skyrim: Special Edition is a one-off and that fans shouldn’t expect the studio to remaster any more Elder Scrolls titles.
Bethesda’s Vice President, Pete Hines, takes to Twitter to poke fun at a prediction from analyst Michael Pachter that suggests The Elder Scrolls 6 will release next year.
The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim’s total conversion mod, Enderal, officially announces a massive expansion pack, which receives a release sometime next year.
Developer Bethesda Game Studios’ fantasy-RPG The Elder Scrolls 4: Oblivion joins the ever-growing list of titles for Xbox One’s backward compatible program.
Bethesda Game Studios head Todd Howard reveals that The Elder Scrolls 6 is not a ‘big, active project’, putting an end to speculation the sequel is next in line.
One YouTuber recreates a season one trailer for Game of Thrones within Skyrim, using over 260 modifications to recreate Westeros and its dangerous inhabitants.
Black Friday shoppers discover that the Xbox Live Marketplace lists Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 and The Elder Scrolls 4: Oblivion as backward compatible.