Like most role-playing games, character creation in The Elder Scrolls Online is an involved process… perhaps too involved.
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We have seen the skies and depths of Craglorn, the first Adventure Zone of The Elder Scrolls Online, and it looks absolutely beautiful.
Molag Bal has taken over the Imperial City, and you and the rest of Tamriel's inhabitants are going to have to rally together to liberate the capital from the Daedric prince of enslavement in The Elder Scrolls Online.
Be prepared to spend even more time in Tamriel than you were ever expecting, because crafting items in The Elder Scrolls Online is a very detailed, in-depth and fun process.
Feast your eyes upon the impressive 'Imperial Edition' of The Elder Scrolls Online. Announced today by Bethesda, the massive collector's edition reveal was celebrated with a brand new, eight-minute-long cinematic trailer for its upcoming massively multiplayer online role-playing game.
It looks as if Elder Scrolls fans on a budget who chose the Xbox One over the PlayStation 4 are in for a disappointment.
Judging on ZeniMax Online Studios' recent announcement of who you get to hear throughout your adventures on Tamriel, we're in for quite the collection of talent.