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  1. Bethesda Delays The Elder Scrolls: Blades Nintendo Switch Port Until 2020

    Bethesda Delays The Elder Scrolls: Blades Nintendo Switch Port Until 2020

    Bethesda announced today that The Elder Scrolls: Blades wouldn’t be available on Nintendo Switch until “early 2020.” The announcement was in a blog post on the free-to-play title’s next update, which will arrive in early December. The 1.5 update as it’s called will alter the loot system, and...
  2. Skyrim for PlayStation VR is a Frighteningly Empowering Experience

    Skyrim for PlayStation VR is a Frighteningly Empowering Experience

    Announced during the PlayStation Media Showcase at E3 2017, Bethesda’s sprawling milestone RPG The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is coming to PlayStation VR. This isn’t an add-on experience or a demo intended to showcase the potential of the hardware — this is the full Skyrim experience in its...
  3. The Elder Scrolls Online Orsinium DLC Released

    The Elder Scrolls Online Orsinium DLC Released

    The Elder Scrolls Online, as the name indicates, is another chapter in the popular fantasy franchise The Elder Scrolls. What separates this game from the rest of the games in the franchise is that The Elder Scrolls Online is a massively-multiplayer online rendition of the traditional...
  4. The Elder Scrolls Online Receives Quarterly Expansions

    The Elder Scrolls Online Receives Quarterly Expansions

    At a QuakeCon panel today, ZeniMax Online Studios' director Matt Firor, explained how they plan to expand their MMORPG, Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited, in the coming months. Expansions will be released quarterly, starting with Imperial City in a few weeks, followed by a DLC dedicated to...
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