Discover our first Adventure Zone in this video sneak peek.
The constellations have disappeared. Ancient Yokudan warriors and deadly atronachs menace the rocky expanse of Craglorn. The first Adventure Zone for The Elder Scrolls Online introduces an intriguing new storyline and challenging content for groups, from four-player quests and exploration up to the new 12-player Trials. Check out this video to learn more and see what’s coming for you and your staunchest allies:
To celebrate tomorrow’s worldwide launch of The Elder Scrolls Online, we’ve created an infographic highlighting some stats and facts about the game. Find out how many character variations you can make, the number of books you can read, and how many mudcrabs you’d need to kill to reach level 50!
Take the enchanting sounds of The Elder Scrolls Online with you wherever you go. The Original Game Soundtrack is now available to download on iTunes for when you’re having withdrawals being away from gameplay, or to just enhance your everyday life.
North America (East): 7:00 AM EST, Sunday March 30th UK/IE: 12:00 PM WEST, Sunday March 30th Central Europe: 1:00 PM CEST, Sunday March 30th Sydney, Australia: 10:00 PM AEDT, Sunday March 30th Singapore: 7:00 PM SGT, Sunday March 30th
For more important times and release information, check out the game’s Launch FAQ here.
While you wait to enter Tamriel with your friends, don’t miss a new feature on veteran combat sharing details on what you’ll be able to do once you’re at level 50 — including details on Craglorn, ESO’s first Adventure Zone.
Visit elderscrollsonline.com to discover more about the music in The Elder Scrolls Online and how it will shape the atmosphere of your adventures — including the in-game score by Brad Derrick and Rik Schaffer, and including contributions from Jeremy Soule and Malukah!
The countdown to ESO’s PC/Mac release continues (six weeks to go!) and there’s plenty of news and happenings for the game. In case you missed it, we’ve rounded up the latest and greatest news in one convenient place.
Tamriel Chronicles #45 and #46 show off the hard work and creativity of fans
Recently press outlets spent a weekend playing The Elder Scrolls Online. Read PvE and PvP roundups on the site. And now that the Beta NDA has lifted, be sure to share your thoughts and reaction on the official ESO Twitter and Facebook pages.
ZOS lets us take a look at a more sinister Tamriel that’s in The Elder Scrolls Online. Get all the details on Molag Bal’s Dark Anchors in the new edition of “Creating ESO” now on elderscrollsonline.com.
Designing the God of Schemes as he appears in ESO was the first step. Our concept artists explored various ideas and silhouettes through a series of quick thumbnail sketches. We used references from previous Elder Scrolls games, including the appearance of the Mace of Molag Bal from Skyrim, to guide creation. We chose to make him huge, bestial, and sinister—a look fitting for the Daedric Prince of enslavement and domination.