The Elder Scrolls Online wants its players to defeat dragons in the next big event titled ‘Dawn of the Dragonguard’. The event gives bonus rewards to those brave enough to take on Dragons and bosses found within this year’s Season of the Dragon content. Players will be able to pick up the Dawn of the Dragonguard quest from the in-game Crown Store. The event begins on Tuesday, November 26 at 10:00AM EST, and runs until Monday, December 9 at 10:00AM EST.
From now until November 13th, the base version of the popular MMORPG The Elder Scrolls Online is free to play on all platforms. The game is playable on PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4. This allows gamers to get a glimpse of ESO’s content and gameplay before embarking in the game’s several buy-to-play expansions such as the new Dragonhold DLC that released just weeks ago.
ZeniMax has announced that the prologue of the latest Elder Scrolls Online DLC titled Dragonhold is finally live on all platforms (PC/Mac, Xbox One, PlayStation 4)! The Dragonhold prologue questline does not require a DLC or Chapter purchase and is free for all ESO players.
Starting with the Imperial City Celebration Event that will take place sometime this month, all players will be able to get The Elder Scrolls Online‘s The Imperial City DLC for free. This will be permanently free.
Free-to-play Mobile RPG The Elder Scrolls: Blades Will Have Closed Beta Testing Prior To Early Access In Spring 2019
Bethesda has announced that The Elder Scrolls: Blades, the upcoming mobile RPG will run a closed beta prior to the Early Access stage. The closed beta will be under NDA, so those chosen to participate may not post screenshots or videos, stream the game, or discuss their experiences anywhere.
The closed beta will be on the Apple iOS only, but Android players will be able to play as well when the game opens to Early Access sometime this upcoming spring. Early Access will lift the NDA. To sign up for a chance to play early, visit the official ESO: Blades site.
Best Selling Steam Games Of 2018 Includes A Handful Of MMORPGs – Elder Scrolls Online, Warframe, BDO, FFXIV, Bless Online & More
The yearly list of the 100 best selling games on Steam for 2018 as measured by gross revenue has been posted and as usual, a handful MMORPGs have been included. They are the games that made the most revenue on the platform this year. The list is categorized into tiers of Platinum, Gold, Silver, and Bronze.
Likely due to the Summerset expansion in June and Murkmire/Wolfhunter content, The Elder Scrolls Online climbed from last year’s Gold tier ranking to this year’s Platinum tier, the highest level on the list. ESO is joined by Warframe in the Platinum tier.
Buy-to-Play, abbreviated as B2P or BTP is a revenue model for games that can only be installed and played once purchased. Not to be confused with subscription-based games that limits access based on time, buy-to-play games can be accessed for an unlimited amount of time after purchasing. Some of the games listed below offer free trial periods.
Here is a list of the best buy-to-play MMOs of all time! This is an on-going list that will be updated over time.
Action combat is a type of combat mode that allows players to manually utilize complex movements like dodging, evading and pointing to hit to their advantage in combat scenarios. As opposed to tab-target combat, action combat generally requires a players to trigger their skills within an opponent’s hit-box in order for attacks, buffs or heals to successfully land. It is also common for enemies to have advanced movements like flying, dashing, grabbing and jumping. Here is a list of the top MMORPGs with impressive action combat.
We are listing these games based on release dates in descending order. This is an on-going list that will be updated when a new impressive action combat MMORPG reveals itself.
The Wolfhunter Dungeon DLC has arrived to the console version (PlayStation 4 and Xbox One) of The Elder Scrolls Online. Players can now check out the new content such as the two new dungeons called March of Sacrifices and Moon Hunter Keep. The new adventure is available for free with an ESO Plus membership or available for purchase from the in-game Crown Store. For more information on the DLC, visit the official Elder Scrolls Online site.