4/8: The Creation Kit update is now live for everyone and features the following additional updates:
Creation Kit 1.9.36 Update
- Master Files can be uploaded to Steam Workshop.
- Description fields properly support 8000 characters.
- New categories added.
- Loose scripts are now deployed as a single archive. After you un-rar the loose scripts to the appropriate directory, any active scripts you edit will not get overwritten the next time the Creation Kit gets updated.
- Allow files with seq extension to be uploaded to Workshop.
- New categories with multiple words now update properly on Workshop.
- Fixed issue with version control not enabling properly if the INI setting was turned on.
- Create Archive now allows you to select location to create new archive file.
- Fixed a crash with having several categories selected for upload.
To upload master files, go to File -> Data. Highlight a loaded master file and select Upload to Steam Workshop. The prompts should work the same as uploading a plugin.
Note: If your PlayStation Plus subscription lapses at any point, you will need to re-up your subscription in order to play the content.
For more details on PlayStation Plus, visit here.
Hard to believe how fast times goes by, but today marks the first birthday for The Elder Scrolls Online!
The game has seen many improvements through regular updates and the introduction of Tamriel Unlimited, but one thing hasn’t changed: the amazing support from the game’s community. A shining example comes on the game’s first birthday — a touching community tribute put together by community member Elloa.
To the entire ZOS team and ESO fanbase, congrats on an amazing first year!
It always seemed like a cool idea to have metal detector to find hidden treasures in your neighborhood. Perhaps cooler (and cheaper, and not as weird) is April’s Vault Boy Tee of the Month celebrating the Fortune Finder perk.
The shirt is on sale starting today and will be available until next Friday. After that, you’ll need a special t-shirt detector to find it in the wasteland hundreds of years from now.
Suffering from a major upset that was running out of lockpicks during his first run of The Elder Scrolls: Oblivion’s Dark Brotherhood, Gstaff has decided to make a triumphant comeback! We may not have a colorful training montage set to “Eye of the Tiger”, but what we lack in montages we make up for in fortitude and a thirst for Dark Brotherhood acceptance (maybe that’s being hopeful).
Be there or be square this Friday at 4pm ET for our dramatic return to The Dark Brotherhood in The Elder Scrolls: Oblivion only on Twitch.TV/Bethesda.
Probably not a finalist… but still great!
Okay, maybe not your t-shirt, but we need your idea. To all our design-savvy QuakeCon attendees: you still have until April 10th to submit your t-shirt design for the 20th Edition of QuakeCon!
After April 10th, we will be sharing our five finalists and then allowing all of you to help us vote for the best design. Our contest winner will receive The Ultimate QuakeCon® Fan Pack * featuring a spot in the BYOC, QuakeCon® Done Quick access, and a Swag Pack!
Relationships are forged on couches in the world of The Evil Within.
Knowing this, the team at Tango Gameworks made their next assignment one that focused on the life saving (or at least game saving) bond between Juli Kidman and Black Cat from the game’s first DLC.
Speaking on the project, lead concept artist Ikumi Nakamura:
“We could never have anticipated such a strong reaction to Juli Kidman and the black cat from The Assignment. So much was the outpouring of love that we took the only logical step forward from the world of Survival Horror: creating a whimsical animated feature around these two characters in The Evil Within: Into the Light!”
For a first look at Into The Light, which connects the storylines of The Assignment and The Consequence, check out our imgur slideshow below.
Courtesy of our friends & colleagues in our Sydney office, we wanted to share this PAX Aus clip of Australian comedy trio Tripod. Watch as they burst into song to describe their Skyrim characters.
Their character experiences are very different, to say the least. Enjoy!
Yar really going to like our newest modding interview. This week we talk to BigBizkit, responsible for the popular Pirates of Skyrim mod.
What you do for a living?
What pirate fiction would you say most influenced your project?
Well, it is not so much fiction per se but I really like to think of the golden age of exploration as a source of inspiration. The times when people would set sail not just to get to places, but to actually go out and look for places and routes that have not been discovered yet (by Europeans). The times when seafaring nations like the Netherlands, Portugal and Spain used to be world powers because of their naval prowess. Other than that, there is also this series of blockbuster movies… there are currently four and a fifth one is in the making. I will not say anything about the quality of the movies, but they surely did have an impact on how pirates are viewed. As for games, a great source of inspiration is and has always been the eternal classic “Monkey Island” especially the first and second part. Oh, and there is also this fairly recent game with “black flag” in the title… you’ve probably never heard of it.