Experience one connected world and stay up-to-date with everything your friends are doing in one of the most socially enabled games ever. Whether you play with your friends or adventure alone, the game's innovative mouse-driven combat system allows you to focus on action and tactics, not the user interface. Use any weapon or armor at any time and customize your abilities to play the way you want as you uncover the mysteries of Tamriel and seek heroic quests on your own terms. Explore the far reaches of Skyrim, the mysterious lands of Morrowind, the sprawling metropolis of Daggerfall and beyond. The choices you make, from the alliance you join to the battles you fight, will shape your destiny and the world of Tamriel.
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Rating Snapshot(51 reviews)
1 out of 1100%of customers would recommend this product to a friend.
Customer Reviews for The Elder Scrolls Online
Review 1 for The Elder Scrolls Online
Location: Troy, MI
This is the first time I write on Gamestop, and no game deserves this comment other than this one. After playing the beta, I can honestly say this is an amazing addition to the Elder Scroll series. I've never been this excited about an MMO, or in fact any game (maybe Skyrim) in the past 5-7 years. It maintains all the intrigue and the amazing landscapes of the Elder Scrolls games from the yesteryear, while allowing you to access all of Tamriel. This is done while also implementing many new interactive multiplayer features. The quests are designed to allow you to take full advantage of the small niches in the environments, thus allowing you to truly explore Tamriel. With that and along with thousands of NPC's scattered throughout various small cities, each with quest chains, the multiplayer experience has the opportunity to evolve nicely. In my opinion this game has what it takes to become the definitive multiplayer rpg experience.
Review 2 for The Elder Scrolls Online
TErrible and I was really excited about this
Location: EPHRAIM NJ
Beta tested cause NDA wont say much other then ive beta tested so many mmos n this was by far the biggest piece of cr.ap ive scene , Graphics are terrible, Game MEchs Terrible, Jobs what jobs , should of nvr made passed alpha stage
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Review 3 for The Elder Scrolls Online
I was accepted for the Elder Scrolls Online beta testing. Beautiful graphics. This will be a big PC hit. Can't share more due to NDA but, it's amazing.
Review 4 for The Elder Scrolls Online
Online? Do we really want this?
Location: Leola, AR
I'm not sure that I like the direction Bethesda is pointing The Elder Scrolls in. I simply wanted multiplayer, you know, inviting a friend to a game. Not an MMO. No longer will you be able to go to a town and slaughter all the inhabitants. No longer will you be able to put buckets over the heads of unsuspecting shop keepers and rob them blind. I don't know if the MMO aspect will make all this okay. Aside from that, the game looks amazing. The graphics, despite being slightly more cartoonish than that of Skyrim, are quite appealing. Good graphics aren't what makes a game a good game. Although I'm not sure I'm going to like The Elder Scrolls Online, I'm excited to try it out.
Review 5 for The Elder Scrolls Online
Hopefully there is single player
I hope there is gonna be a single player mode. It would be stupid if there wasn't. The elder scrolls series is know for they're outstanding single player mode. In co-op/multiplayer you won't have the freedom to go around killing everyone in sight, other players online will take away that advantage by killing you. Even if you are a elder scroll master mind someone is going to hack and get super over powered weapons/powers and ambush you. Everyone likes multiplayer, but it is nice to play by yourself also.
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There is no single player. Do not view this game as a ES game by Bethesda. It is a MMO by Zenimax. They will continue to make the single player games also.
Review 6 for The Elder Scrolls Online
I'm sorry but this games gona blow as a mmo, it got boring soo fast in single player. I have seen videos of it online and looks like the single player to me but with online play, I really didn't care for it at all, there are soo many other mmo's out there that are alot funner to play.This one will not get my money and I bet it fails fast...
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Review 7 for The Elder Scrolls Online
Great then Okay
Elder Scrolls Online will be released Spring 2014 for Xbox One, PS4,PC,and MAC. It looks like a game that could keep me entertained for months but it is pay to play at 15 dollars a month. I know people can't afford that. 400-500 for a console plus the subscription plus 15 dollars for ESO. Some people can't afford that but if you can I would buy this game.
Review 8 for The Elder Scrolls Online
Location: Louisville ky
can wait to play this one i cant wait to make a charter all my own to search the world and make weapons to build alliances hopefully with the black hand crossing my fingers i really cant wait
Review 9 for The Elder Scrolls Online
About time is right
I have such high hopes for this game. I'm hoping that this will finally end WOW's domination these last few expansions has killed wow for me. Don't let me down Bethesda
Review 10 for The Elder Scrolls Online
What I have been waiting for my whole life !!!!
This game is perfect for: hardcore gamers
I got to say I'm getting pretty tired of waiting for this one. First of all I want to say that I'm so glad that they're making this game for the Xbox one and the ps4. Second simply put the elder scroll series is my all time favorite series, and I have been waiting ever since I started playing Morrowind to have an elder scrolls game that is online, and it's finally here, well not yet but it will be here in spring sadly it got pushed back from December 31 to spring 2014. I got to I haven't looked forward to a game this much since skyrim, I hope that it delivers like I think it's gonna.
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After Playing in the last beta I am very worried about this game. Playing on a new PC- 770 3 gig GTX I could only play in low to medium details at 1920 x 1080. The game did look pretty good for a MMO. I have beta tested MMOs for along time. This game has the feel of Everquest 2 and Vanguard. It did not have the WoW factor at all. As for content I see where they want to go with the game and the story is very sweet. I just don't see how they are going to get this finished in a few months. Look for another release date push back.
The whole MMO idea is great. I'm just hoping it will be different than World of Warcraft, etc. ESO will be very easy to screw up. Ever since I've been playing the Elder Scrolls, I was always so surprised that the game wasn't multiplayer enabled. I'll miss the few things that we were able to do in the single player games, but I'm really excited to see how this turns out. I don't think they'll screw it up even though it would be easy to. I've always known Bethesda and Zenimax to provide unique gaming experiences. As long as they keep as many things they possibly can from Skyrim and Oblivion(etc.), I'll be happy. I mean, there definitely won't be the ability to kill the NPCs(unless they immediately respawned which wouldn't be much fun)... which completely obliterates the possibility of having the Dark Brotherhood or anything like it. I really loved that storyline. Even though some things won't be possible, I'm excited as ever for the next Elder Scrolls game.
Review 13 for The Elder Scrolls Online
I hope they add this.
Location: Federal Way, WA
I have been playing the Elderscrolls Series since Morrowind. I believe that it will never be an Elderscrolls game unless it has first person. So I hope that it is 3rd person with an added option to scroll into 1st person with the mouse wheel. The only way I can see first person working is if they implement first person into the games graphics/options menu options. They could set it to render the graphics for first person through a toggle on and off. It would restart the game to refresh it to 1st person. (Or toggle it to be able to get it activated with a hot key. Would be awesome though.
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1st & 3rd Person View
Confirmed it is 1st and 3rd person camera!! :D
Review 14 for The Elder Scrolls Online
my prayers= ANSWERED
Location: New York NY
iIv NEVER played an MMO , but I will definitely play this one. I love The Elder Scrolls games, and have played skyrim and oblivion almost everyday for the last 4 years; and Iv always wanted one thing in the games, the ability to play online with my friends. well, now i can :D
AS I'm sure everyone is worried that they will lose certain aspects but this is not true. It would seem to me that they would do it like every other mmo-rpg game and split up cooperative mode via story-line and multiplayer mode via competitive. Only they will do it better than ever.
Review 16 for The Elder Scrolls Online
From the information I know I give it 8/10 for now
From what I have read and watched about ESO, I must say it looks rather magnificent. One thing I thought was a bit crazy was the release date. I knew it was coming out in 2013 but jesus, might as well say it's coming out in 2014. Though, Gamestop may have gotten the release date wrong, they have done this before on other games. Another thing I thought was ridiculous was the price. 60 dollars for an mmorpg? I was 90% sure this wasn't going to be free, but was not expecting to pay 60 dollars. But in the end, I will most likely pay $60 for it because i'm a huge fan of The Elder Scrolls and mmorpg's and i'm quite excited to see what they have in store for us
Review 17 for The Elder Scrolls Online
Great just what we need another MMORPG....
Location: Somewhere, NY
I do not understand you Bethesda. Why give in to the endless grinding and the horde like killing and trash talking that comes with PVP to make an MMORPG? Why not just make an Elder Scrolls VI and have the same features you described here without all the Preteen kids to deal with online? Why Bethesda Why? There are too many online games out there and the only popular one is WOW and I doubt you will dethrone them. Too many of these games saturate the market. Good luck.
I remember seeing on a website... don't remember but the release was along the lines of March 13, 2013. If so That would be LEGIT
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Review 19 for The Elder Scrolls Online
One Year Wait
My say in this is that, wait for the release. Why? I have seen a few game ending up canceled around the middle of the making. Big example is fallout online. Just wait and see what happens, get more information about the game and see where they are at with it. Once it gets out wait for a week to see what other people have to say for it. It will also give them time to find and fix bugs with the game. Also who knows, after a year you might not be into elder scrolls anymore.
Review 20 for The Elder Scrolls Online
Gameplay Videos > Cinematic Trailers
Location: Western KY
Cinematic trailers can make the lamest garbage look good. Show some actual in-game video, Bethesda. What are you hiding?