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The Elder Scrolls Online gets a calendar outlining future updates

There’s few things that irk players more than not knowing what might happen next in MMO games, and ZeniMax seems fairly aware of that. To that end, they released a calendar of sorts for The Elder Scrolls Online, detailing what kind of updates you can expect to see in the game in 2016. Social updates inbound Among the changes coming to the ...

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Oculus Rift faces another legal battle against Luckey Palmer

The highly anticipated VR headset has had its share of legal troubles over the years, but the company now face the prospect of another lawsuit as creator, Palmer Luckey is accused of, “taking confidential information he learned while working with another company and passing it off as his own.” A Hawaiian company, Total Recall Technologies, is the one to press charges against ...

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Elder Scrolls Online Cuts 6 Month Subscription

The Elder Scrolls Online versions for PS4 and Xbox One are to be released in 2015

The Elder Scrolls Online has cut their 6-month subscription option. This decision came around the time of the new year, and was not followed by any official announcement, it was much more of a stealth removal. The only official word from Zenimax Entertainment, developers of The Elder Scrolls Online, was, “We have noticed that players prefered subscriptions of 30 and ...

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Elder Scrolls Online Removed Six-Month Subs

Six-month subsciptions were removed from Elder Scrolls Online

Elder Scrolls Online is the MMORPG version of the hit RPG series. Elder Scrolls Online is subscription based, but now ZeniMax has removed one of the subscription options that gamers had. On the Elder Scrolls Online forum, a player noticed that the 180 day subscription was no longer available. The topic was brought up by ZeniMax on the game’s French forum, which ...

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Elder Scrolls Online: Update 6 Coming Soon

Elder Scrolls Online New Mastery

Elder Scrolls Online has had a busy launch year and are already on their 6th major patch. It is rather crazy to see just what they have all done this year. You can see all of that on the Elder Scrolls Online official site, where they have shown the road the game has travel thus far. Elder Scrolls Online has ...

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Bethesda says The Elder Scrolls Online patch fixes skill experience issues


Bethesda announced that the maintenance of their Elder Scrolls Online North American megaserver is complete and that everything is back to normal. Following the maintenance, Bethesda also released Patch 1.4.7, which according to them, fixes one of the two major issues with skill experience. More specifically, due to these problems, players are lead to believe that their skill experience is rolling ...

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Zenimax introduces a Champion System to Elder Scrolls Online


Zenimax will release a new Champion System for Elder Scrolls Online. According to the developer, this system is completely changing the end game progression. The Champion System, as Zenimax describes it, is a horizontal progression system that intends to remove the Veteran ranks that players can achieve after hitting level 50. This way, players are put on a much more ...

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The Elder Scrolls Online preparing for console launch admits layoffs

Elder Scolls Online free to play PC/MAC March 17 2015

An unannounced number of Zenimax Studios employees has been laid off earlier today, the developer announced. All those people were working on the Elder Scrolls Online, but apparently they were no longer needed. Zenimax reminds everyone that this is perfectly normal in the case of most MMOs and ESO is no exception. The studio had to hire a large amount of developers to ...

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Oculus hits back at ZeniMax over lawsuit

Oculus VR have responded to the lawsuit being brought by ZeniMax. The legal statement released today states: “The lawsuit is nothing more than ZeniMax seeking to correct for a massive missed opportunity through the assertion of meritless litigation.” The row erupted over claims by ZeniMax that Oculus VR and company founder Palmer Luckey had infringed their copyrights and gained illegal ...

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Oculus Rift developed with technology stolen from ZeniMax

The Oculus Rift VR headset that was acquired by Facebook for $2 billion has quite an interesting story behind it. John Carmack reportedly stole technology that was crucial in the development of the Oculus from ZeniMax Media back when he used to work for them. He is best known for his work on Doom, Quake and Wolfenstein, and is considered ...

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