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#The Elder Scrolls


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Here's what The Elder Scrolls Online's take on Morrowind looks like

The Elder Scrolls is venturing back to Vvardenfell for the first time since 2002. Well, you could technically see it off in the distance in Skyrim, but that's not a proper visit. Flying over Wyoming doesn't mean you've been to Wyoming...   read

 
 
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Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind 15% off pre-order deal now available

Announced by Bethesda earlier this week - The Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind has now made its way onto third party digital retailers. While the Steam Store has had the upgrade on tap since announcement, you can now by the "standalone" all-...   read

 
 
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Next up for The Elder Scrolls Online? Morrowind!

Okay, okay -- you got me! I'm not one to typically follow along with the latest Elder Scrolls Online happenings, but when ZeniMax is floating around words like "Morrowind," I'm bound to take a look. When the MMO's Morrowind expansion lands...   read

 
 
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Elder Scrolls: Skyrim for Switch listing indicates mod support, Bethesda still mum

Bethesda must be bound by one hell of an NDA, as they barely even confirmed Skyrim for the Switch over the past few weeks, even though we saw footage of it during the Switch reveal! It's a weird situation, and at this point, we still d...   read

 
 
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Skyrim script extender aims to save mods that broke with the Special Edition

Whenever an update comes along for just about anything on PC, it breaks shit. It can be as minor as a small graphical upgrade for World of Warcraft making certain add-ons obselete, or as big as say, Skyrim: Special Edition complet...   read

 
 
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Build your own home in the Homestead update for Elder Scrolls Online

Hearthfire may not have been the best DLC for Skyrim, but fans latched onto the base-building mechanics and loved their inclusion in Fallout 4. Many felt it was an integral part of the fun factor for the title, allowing you to stake a claim...   read

 
 
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Oblivion headlines new backward compatible titles

Want a crazy little piece of trivia? Destructoid launched four days before Oblivion in 2006. Yes, both this site and the game are over 10 years old, which is an incredible feat. Both are still being talked about all these years later and bo...   read

 
 
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Holy shit, Japanese gamers really like old games

The Famicom Mini is exploding in Japan, topping the hardware charts at 261,381 units sold in its first week in Japan. That's nearly triple the amount of second place, PlayStation 4. PS4 Pro, released this past week, is included in the PS4's...   read

 
 
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Review: The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Sweet Roll

Prior to the launch of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC, Bethesda teamed up with the Sydney-based Bourke Street Bakery in order to produce limited-run batches of sweet rolls that would be u...   read

 
 
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Review: The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition

As I made my way through the world of Skyrim last week, a familiar feeling set in -- my quest isn't as joyous when I'm taking the critical path. No, like most Bethesda games, the stories that you create on your own by doing random dumb acts...   read

 
 


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Fus Ruh Roh Dah: One of the biggest Skyrim mods won't come to PS4

It begins. Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim: Special Edition has a big 'ol caveat on PS4 -- mods using outside assets are not supported. It's a big leg up for the PC and Xbox One edition, as they can rework some of the biggest adventures for the new...   read

 
 
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Skyrim: Special Edition mods are off to a decent start on consoles

Bethesda has brought back The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim with a re-release for PC and consoles. It's out today and, unsurprisingly, my feeds are freaking out. I'd say I forgot how big this game was in 2011, but I haven't. Skyrim never left us,...   read

 
 
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Review in Progress: The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition

Whelp, Bethesda isn't sending out review copies before launch anymore, even though it saw fit to send copies to YouTubers. So here we are at the launch of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition, and I'll be taking my time to go ba...   read

 
 
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Bethesda's 'everyone experiences [our games] at the same time' policy is wildly inconsistent

So as you may have heard, Bethesda recently went public with their "we won't send out early copies" policy. This is something that many of us writers have been expecting since they took that route with Doom, so it doesn't come as a big surp...   read

 
 
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This is how Skyrim: Special Edition looks in motion

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim has had quite the legacy. Even as someone who stopped playing years ago, its influence continues to be inescapable. The Macho Man and Thomas the Tank Engine mods of the world cannot be contained, and whether you...   read

 
 
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RPG deals: $12 Dragon's Dogma, $26 Elder Scrolls Online Gold on PC

It's the season of triple-A as Battlefield 1, Civilization VI, and Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare arrive. If you're a patient gamer who yawns at these upcoming releases and prefers to partake in the fine nectar of oldies but goodies (at equ...   read

 
 
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Skyrim Special Edition has higher system requirements

While I tend to think of the console versions of Skyrim Special Edition first and foremost, the enhanced re-release will also appear on PC. As a reminder, Bethesda is going to give it out as a freebie to folks who own the original base game...   read

 
 
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Westworld co-creator took inspiration from Red Dead and Elder Scrolls

HBO is hoping that its new TV show Westworld will be its next Game of Thrones-level hit, but based on the middling first episode I'm not sure how that's going to play out. Speaking to Vice, showrunner and co-creator Jonathan ...   read

 
 
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Skyrim and Fallout 4 will get mods on PS4, but there's a catch

Xbox One players began tinkering with mods for Fallout 4 back in May, but the rollout on PlayStation 4 hasn't been so straightforward. After notifying users that the update was being delayed on the console, Bethesda eventually made it clear...   read

 
 
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Become the Dovahkiin with Skyrim: Special Edition Dragonborn bundle

Those who are picking up Skyrim: Special Edition this fall may be interested in a collector's edition coming to Best Buy. Exclusive to the store, $75 nets you the game in a steelbook case along with a Dovahkiin mask. The bundle will be ava...   read

 
 
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Elder Scrolls Online Gold for 40% off on release day

Save green if you're going gold. Today Bethesda launched its new The Elder Scrolls Online: Gold Edition for $59.99 which includes the base TESO game plus its four DLC expansions. The game also popped up at GMG today for $49.99, which i...   read

 
 
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Sony to Bethesda: No mods on PlayStation 4

Bethesda made a post announcing that despite their efforts, mod support will not be available on PlayStation 4 for Fallout 4 nor Skyrim: Special Edition. The word "approve" is used in regards to Sony's decision, which implies that it i...   read

 
 
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Bethesda challenges Peter Jackson to make an Elder Scrolls film

Bethesda isn't quite ready to jump into bed with film production companies just yet. While Warcraft is tearing up China and Assassin's Creed is poised to make some money with its brand recognition and multi-hundred dollar pre...   read

 
 
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That Elder Scrolls card game enters open beta today

The Elder Scrolls Legends, a game we haven't heard much about since it was announced at E3 last year, is heading into open beta. You can grab it today by loading up the official Bethesda launcher (yep, yet another one to install). The launc...   read

 
 
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Grading Bethesda's E3 2016 conference

Bethesda tried to wash the taste of EA out of our mouths ahead of the E3 show floor opening and more or less succeeded, but maybe it was just the garlic and cheddar hamburgers Zack grilled up for us while we watched the company finally adm...   read

 
 



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