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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Customer Reviews for The Elder Scrolls Online
Review 1 for The Elder Scrolls Online
I Totally Agree
Location: Andersonville, Tennessee
I was so looking forward to this game.....but now I will not be purchasing it just simply because I am not willing to pay $60 dollars for the game then another monthly charge just simply to be able TO PLAY THE GAME!!!!!! This is absolutely ridiculous...anyone that doesn't see anything wrong with this is a fool!
3 of 6 found this review helpful.
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People that play world of warcraft have been doing this for years, in fact if they paid for all the xpacs that have come out which 9 million people have they spent 189.95 plus a 14.99 a month fee to play. This is the only game that has been able to even get the reviews to actually kill wow off. So I guess you don't want to buy it. Your loss i'll be enjoying it while you're trying to figure out something fun to play
Review 2 for The Elder Scrolls Online
Anticipating Launch for Vibrant MMO
Location: Port Arthur, Texas
I have been beta testing ESO since June 2013, and I have to say... This game will be phenomenal. The crafting is very simple and easy to find materials, there are lots of opportunities to explore any region and find plenty of baskets/crates/chests to loot (on timers). For your character's level, enemy NPCs are a challenge to defeat. The skill lines are simple to understand and easy to disburse points to make your character build unique. Spells and abilities have great graphics. The quest lines are engaging, and the graphics are amazing. Never had any latency problems and FPS is strong, even in combat. This game looks and feels like Guild Wars 2 and EverQuest 2 combined. They are still working to complete bug fixes here and there, but even in beta, it's very minimal. You will be able to join up to 5 guilds that will have their own marketing stores, once alliance keeps have been obtained and kept. As far as I have heard, the guilds that are in alliance with each other can buy from each others' shops, but not sure if the prices are discounted. As a suggestion, don't waste your lockpicks on "Expert" locked chests; you have a certain amount of time to pick chest locks, and the Easy locks give the greatest amount of time (I believe 0:25 seconds)... The lore and storyline meld fantastically with each other wherever you start, and really makes it feel like your character being involved is needed to save Tamriel/Cyrodiil. I'm very excited for the release, I have my early access code ready to go, and have already been accepted in a respectable guild to get started on the right foot. Pre-ordered for my PS4 as well as PC. This game will be amazing!
Elder scrolls. One of the best games ever, hands down but now this is how the fans are treated. This is yet another game that I WILL NOT BUY. Think about what it will cost a month to play this game. Monthly subscription+ PS or Xbox subscription + internet + the game. The greed has to stop. Please take a stand
I could get pass the fact there are no dragon's. If there was no fee or $5 a month fee. And I'd pay $10 a month if it had dragon's. And I wounder. I got Final Fantasy A Realm Reborn and there was a fee. And I got sick of the game so I won'ted to trade it in. And here to find out you can't trade it in. I wounder if it will be the same thing for this. WOW is like what $10 a month. Elders Scrolls without dragons is to much for me to pay.
Got in the beta last weekend, and I couldn't stop playing. The game ran so good, no lag or any drop in fps. The beta was on pc, but I'm going to get it for the ps4.The game just feels like it will be great with a controller. Plus I want a awesome mmo for my ps4. I can not wait to try pvp in this game. I was reading that 200 people can be in pvp to fight for keeps and forts.
3 of 6 found this review helpful.
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I played the beta on 2 different occasion. Well the last 2 betas and much has changed in the time (November-January) and I too plan on getting this for PS4. People complain about this game, but I just don't think they are giving it a chance. You can stand and judge something all you want, but until you try it you can't really knock it. It isn't Skyrim (which was phenomenal), but its great. If you want you can add me on PS4 for when the game comes out BlackStar300 ( The L is an I). Just put in msg that you are here for eso so I don't get randoms =P.
Review 6 for The Elder Scrolls Online
Not very promising so far
First of all Bethesda has nothing to do with this game and never will (meaning the creaters of Morrowind Oblivion and Skyrim have nothing to do with this game), ZeniMax Online Studios is in complete control of the project and they are completely fresh and new to the gaming world, meaning this will be the first game they have ever made with Bethesda doing nothing but backing them financially and letting them use their product names. This itself isn't relay that big of a deal, but all the info they've released about the game so far dose'nt seem like its going to turn out very well. They have announced that they are throwing out all guidelines for MMOS such as classes, dungeons closed to the parties in it and rolls (tanks, dps, heals) all of which have been tried and caused games to flop (guild wars 2, rift ect.) also the game's main focus is apparently going to be on PvP with hardly any PvE which to some people is good news but for the majority of MMO players isn't going to fly, and as for me that system isn't going to work very well since I enjoy lore more then bashing people's skulls in which appears to be what this game will be focusing around. if all of that dose'nt turn you off this game if you do get it for the Xbox One or PS4 you will have to pay the $15 monthly fee for the game on top of your Xbox Live/PSN subscription. I had high hopes for this game but unfortunately I believe this game will be a flop. I do hope they change these flaws but as of right now unfortunately I will have to pass on this game.
30 of 61 found this review helpful.
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I have seen a lot of comments of people bashing this game just because it was not made by Bethesda. I'm a die hard Elder Scrolls fan and I have beta tested it. From what I have seen so far the name is standing up great a few minor bugs in the beta but it will be fixed way before this game is released. Now just because it wasn't made by Bethesda... Doesn't mean it not gonna stand to its name. Why because the are financing it means it has to meet there approval. Do real think Bethesda will let a bad game come out with there name on it. I don't think so! I just hope it is as fun on the ps4 as the PC!
Review 7 for The Elder Scrolls Online
BETHESDA DID NOT MAKE THIS GAME EVEN THOUGH ZENIMAX OWNS BETHESDA ITS NOT AS GOOD. I WANTED THIS GAME VERY BADLY NOT TO LONG AGO BUT THEN I SAW BETHESDA DID NOT MAKE IT SO I WILL NOT GET IT IT HURTS SINCE I LOVE MMOS IVE PLAYED WOW FOR YEARS BUT I WANT BETHESDA BACK NOT A SPINOFF THE GAME MAY BE GOOD BUT BETA TEST FIRST THEN WAIT A WHILE PLEZ DO NOT HATE THIS IS A TRUE STORY
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Lives up to the expectations
I had the chance to test out the beta for this game. The attention to detail and the sheer amount of lore that is packed into this game bolster's its relevance as a part of the elder scrolls series. The content will not disappoint. The only decision to make regarding this installation is whether or not you can afford the monthly subscription fee. On a side note, for those of you don't know, Bethesda actually worked in conjunction with zenimax, their counterpart, on this project. Some of the people directly responsible for bringing us Daggerfall, Morrowind, Oblivion, and Skyrim aided in the development of the lore and other elements of TESO.
Review 8 for The Elder Scrolls Online
Location: A-town, IL
So...For anyone who doesnt know this will be a P2P game and you have to buy it for $40 im pretty sure and then a $15 a month subscription...but I got to beta test this game in the last wave and I will tell you it is definitely worth it if you enjoy either MMO's or Elder Scroll games, and if you like both you will LOVE this game! Im hoping you guys take my word for it and believe me because I want this game to be epic with as many players as possible. This is the only picture I can post due to NDA and the two exit thingys are just my computer glitching...but seriously THIS GAME IS WORTH THE MONEY ITS AMAZING ALREADY!
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After taxes 63.41 or around there, $15 a month, $50 a year for psn or xbox subscription is CRAZY. i played WoW for 7 years add up the 15 a month and 4 $60 expansions. i at least think if this game does go to console then it should be only $5 a month sense we r paying for year memberships already.... Looks like an AMAZING GAME i played the Beta and it was AWESOME. but for people like me who work and go to school $15 a month isn't worth it. Save ur money...
Review 9 for The Elder Scrolls Online
Will it be worth it ?
Location: NEW YORK, NY
I love the sound of this game and been following it since its announcement at E3 2013 the concept is nice but theres one thing that bothers me it will be $65.31 For the first time purchases but after that they will be said to charge you $15 a month to play the game so maybe it will work, maybe it won't all depends on how hardcore of an ES Fan you are
4 of 6 found this review helpful.
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You have to pay 60 dollar a month to play on Online so i couldnt see that happening
Review 10 for The Elder Scrolls Online
Location: New York
i been playing all these games from the start!!!! ONLINE NOW! i think yes pre order done!!!! NEXT YEAR COME FASTERRR!!!
4 of 11 found this review helpful.
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you know that none of the people that worked on the other Elder Scrolls titles are working on this right? and as of right now their not really leaning towards classic Elder Scrolls gameplay or MMO gameplay I've played the beta and it felt nothing like a Bethesda game but then again Bethesda isn't making it zenimax online is