The Elder Scrolls: Legends Might Be Skipping The PS4

Bethesda’s The Elder Scrolls: Legends was released last year where the game is currently available across multiple platforms including Windows, macOS, iOS, and Android. However during E3 2018, Bethesda announced that the game would also be making its way onto modern day consoles where it was expected to launch on the PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch.


Bethesda Will Keep Releasing Skyrim Until Fans Stop Buying It

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim was released back in 2011, but yet fast forward 7 years later, the game is still being talked about and still being released. Take for example how there was a port of the game that brought it onto the Nintendo Switch, and let’s not forget the “Special Edition” which basically introduced upgrade graphics to the game.


Bethesda Announced The Elder Scrolls VI Early To Avoid Disappointment

At E3 2018 earlier this month, Bethesda surprised everyone when they announced The Elder Scrolls VI. This is because over the years, Bethesda has attempted to play down the hype and expectations of the sequel because while the company has acknowledged that they will eventually get around to it, they want to focus on other games first.


Skyrim Skill For Alexa Lets You Play The Game Using Your Voice

Bethesda made a couple of surprise announcements at its E3 conference, one of which involved the confirmation that The Elder Scrolls VI is in development. Then the company also unveiled Skyrim: Very Special Edition, which for a moment looked like some kind of joke ad that featured actor Keegan Michael Key.


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The Elder Scrolls: Blades Announced For Mobile

When Bethesda announced and launched Fallout Shelter a couple of years ago, it was a surprise as Bethesda had never really bothered to dabble in mobile games. However the game proved to be a huge hit and made quite a bit of money for the company, so it’s not really surprising that Bethesda is trying their hand at it again.


Bethesda Officially Announces The Elder Scrolls VI

With the success of The Elder Scrolls V, many are curious as to what Bethesda could be bringing to the table next, which would naturally be The Elder Scrolls VI. However over the years Bethesda has attempted to playdown the expectations and anticipation of gamers, but at E3 2018, that has all changed.


The Elder Scrolls: Legends Now Available On Mobile

A couple of years ago, the folks at Bethesda launched a digital card game of their own in the form of The Elder Scrolls: Legends. After two years of the game being announced, Bethesda finally released the game earlier this year where it was made available on the PC, but the good news is that it is also now available on mobile.


The Elder Scrolls: Legends Closed Beta Starts Today

The Elder Scrolls: Legends closed beta has kicked off today. Those who are interested to take part in the beta can register for it today. Since it’s a closed beta, not everybody is going to be allowed in. Those who do get access will be able to start playing The Elder Scrolls: Legends closed beta today. More and more players will be gradually allowed in over the coming months.


Elder Scrolls Online For PC And Xbox One Will Be Free For A While

While it is generally accepted that there is no such thing as a free lunch in this world, this does not mean that goodies cannot come one’s way from time to time. It looks like there is a huge push to recruit more players for Elder Scrolls Online, as Bethesda/Zenimax has announced a free-play weekend on both the PC and Xbox One platforms. There will be no similar gratuity granted […]


Bethesda Unveils Hearthstone Competitor The Elder Scrolls: Legends

Magic: The Gathering is probably one of the most popular card games in real-life at the moment, and while it has a digital form, it’s hard to compete against Blizzard’s Hearthstone which has been gaining a lot of traction in the previous years. However it looks like Bethesda does not want Blizzard to hog all the glory (and revenue). During E3 2015, the company has unveiled their own Hearthstone competitor […]


Elder Scrolls Online Experiences Stock Recall In Australia

There was a little bit of panic when Elder Scrolls Online looked as though it was no longer available for sale over at EB Games. Just in case you were wondering what the big deal is, EB Games happens to be Australia’s best-known video games retail chain, and hence, when a particular title is no longer on sale, perhaps it would be prudent to sit up and take notice. Apparently, […]


Elder Scrolls Online Subscribers To Get A Free Pet

When it comes to the world of gaming, you can be sure that people tend to gravitate toward a particular genre due to their skillset and interest, and within that genre itself, there will be several franchises where you can “pledge your allegiance to”, so to speak, or rather, in simpler terms, be a fanboy/girl of that gaming franchise, defending it with all your worth online while even dreaming about […]


Elder Scrolls Online Gamers Receive 5 Free Days Of Game Time

If you happen to be an Elder Scrolls Online player, then here is some good news for you – you will be on the receiving end of 5 days of free game time as part of the ‘compensation’ after a slew of issues accompanied the game’s launch earlier in the month. For those who register before 8 p.m. ET today and happen to be in possession of active accounts are […]


Rumor: Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim To Head To The Xbox One And Sony PS4

Skyrim has had a rocky path over the years especially when it comes to the various console releases, but let us sit down and reason about the possibility of next generation consoles getting some Skyrim action along the way. Apparently, a listing on Bethesda’s website has been discovered, where on the Skyrim product page, there was a modified caption which mentioned both the Xbox One and PS4, right after the […]