Skyrim’s new add-on, is now available on Xbox LIVE for 1600 Microsoft Points. And as announced yesterday, Dragonborn will arrive on Steam and PlayStation 3 early next year.
We’re less than 24 hours away from unleashing Skyrim’s next add-on Dragonborn on Xbox LIVE. It’s one of our most ambitious add-ons ever and we’re excited for everyone to play it.
We’re also happy to announce Dragonborn will be available on PS3 and PC early next year.
The support from Skyrim fans over the last year has been amazing, and it’s driven us to support Skyrim more than any game we’ve ever released – including free content updates, modding tools like the Creation Kit and the Skyrim Workshop, and our add-ons, Dawnguard and Hearthfire.
And we’re still not done – we look forward to sharing more Skyrim news next year!
Just as Dishonored presents a variety of gameplay options, we’re seeing an eclectic mix of community creations. Spotted at deviantART, juhoham’s Shadow Over Dunwall tribute to Corvo (above) and Ormeli’s spot on cosplay of Empress Jessamine have become favorites at the office.
If Dishonored has inspired you to create fan art, a video, or even bake an apricot tartlet, we want to see it. Email us at email@example.com, post it on the Dishonored Facebook page, or tweet us @Dishonored.
ZeniMax Online has come back with more answers to your questions about the Ebonhart Pact. Visit the official site for answers. Here’s a snippet…
I’ve read that anyone can use any type of weapon or armor. Have you thought about having alliance-only weapon/armor styles? (For example, chitin armor available only to the Ebonhart Pact, since they have exclusive access to chitin in Morrowind.) – By Jeremy Eddy
Armor in The Elder Scrolls Online is regionally appropriate, whether it’s a loot drop, merchant stock, or quest reward; however, with the right skills and materials, you’ll be able to craft items in any racial style.
Just two weeks from today (December 11th), Dishonored’s first add-on, Dishonored: Dunwall City Trials, will be available on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC for $4.99/£3.99 /€4.99 (or 400 Microsoft Points).
Good news for QUAKE fans. Between now and next Monday, you can save 25% on all QUAKE LIVE subscriptions and gift tokens, including discounts on the game’s Premium and Pro subscription plans.
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Additionally, the next time you boot up the game on Steam, you’ll receive the new PC title update for the game. For more, read the release notes below.
- All projectiles cast shadows
- Texture LOD bias added to menu options
- Added option to force v-sync (instead of “smart v-sync”)
- Adjusted default brightness value
- Shadow casting projectiles added to menu options
- Allow setting anti-aliasing up to 16x on Nvidia hardware. AMD/Intel cap is at 8x
- Adjusted range of vertical sensitivity (allows you to lower sensitivity further than original implementation)
- Added option to disable checkpoints
- Allow left/right to enter resolution menu
- Variable FOV settings options were added into the main menu
- Added controller bind options
- Added additional anti-cheat measures
- Fixed blood splatter effects break after reloading save game
- Fixed broken view nodal code that allowed players to see through the world by backing into a wall and looking up
- Fixed weapon impact effects break after using the artifact (heart)
- Fixed leaderboards to work across languages
To learn more about his journey, check out the five-part video series on olymtronica’s YouTube channel.