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The Elder Scrolls Online Tamriel Unlimited Imperial Edition by Bethesda Softworks

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  • Platform: PC
  • Publisher: Bethesda Softworks
  • Developer: Zenimax
  • Category: Role-Playing
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Special Edition

The Elder Scrolls Online Tamriel Unlimited Imperial Edition

  • Play as an Imperial - Become an Imperial and play in any Alliance. Gain unique bonuses, crafting styles, gear, and more
  • White Imperial Horse - Summon this Imperial mount and journey through Tamriel
  • Mudcrab Vanity Pet - Explore Tamriel with a mudcrab pet scuttling along your side
  • Rings of Mara - Complete the Ritual of Mara with a friend and receive and experience bonus when you play together

Product Details:

THE ALLIANCE WAR

The drums of war have reached a fever pitch, calling the warriors of Tamriel to the field of battle. The Daggerfall Covenant, the Ebonheart Pact, and the Aldmeri Dominion will take up arms and fight for control of Cyrodiil, the Imperial City, and the throne of Tamriel.

Featuring three-sided Player vs. Player (PvP) gameplay, The Elder Scrolls Online supports hundreds of players on screen at once in an open world fight for control of Cyrodiil. Seize, hold, and control the resources of massive strongholds. Utilize massive siege weapons to crumble fortress walls and smash through fortified gates. Conquer the Imperial City, and your alliance's top player could even be crowned Emperor!

Get ready for the most intense online PvP experience ever created, with The Elder Scrolls Online.

The System

In The Elder Scrolls Online, players choose to become members of one of three alliances. Each alliance has a unique story and specific goals.

  • The Daggerfall Covenant is comprised of the two Provinces of northwest Tamriel: High Rock and Hammerfell, home to the Bretons and the Redguards. The Covenant has also offered the Orcs the opportunity to return to their ancient homeland of Orsinium in exchange for their support. Working together, the three races have formed a powerful alliance that aims to restore the Second Empire and bring peace and prosperity back to Tamriel.

  • The Ebonheart Pact is the most tenuous of alliances, consisting of former enemies turned allies in northern and eastern Tamriel. The Nords, Dark Elves, and Argonians of Skyrim, Morrowind, and Black Marsh fight to restore stability to the Empire and ensure their own autonomy.

  • The Aldmeri Dominion is composed of the three races of southern Tamriel: the Wood Elves of Valenwood, the Khajiit of Elsweyr and the leaders of the Pact, the High Elves of the Summerset Isles. The Aldmeri Dominion fights to stop the dangerous machinations of humankind, and restore the Elven dominance in Tamriel.

MASSIVE, EPIC BATTLES

The Elder Scrolls Online features the largest PvP battles seen in a major online RPG. The game supports hundreds of onscreen players in epic battles. Swords and axes collide, spells and powers illuminate the ground and sky, and fires rage on embattled stronghold walls. Will you survive these epic battles? Can your overwhelming force take the keep, or will you be forced to retreat?

The Elder Scrolls Online is built to accommodate hundreds of players onscreen at once.

TERRITORY GAINS

The three alliances do battle in the region of Cyrodiil, seeking to control the Imperial City and with it, the Ruby Throne of Tamriel. Each alliance must wrest control of strategic territories from the others, including massive fortresses, each with supporting farms, lumber mills, and other valuable resources.

Battles are concentrated around these resources and strongholds. Control of certain resources will extend the alliance's influence in the region and help them take control of the Imperial City, and ultimately, control of the Ruby Throne itself.

Can you seize enough territory to control the Ruby Throne?

CONTROL ELDER SCROLLS

Elder Scrolls are artifacts of immense power that aid an alliance in the ongoing battle to control Tamriel by conferring bonuses to every member of that alliance. Each alliance has a special stronghold in Cyrodiil where their Elder Scrolls are kept and protected - but enemy alliances can break in and take them if they are not guarded properly. Once access is gained and a Scroll taken, it must be taken back across Cyrodiil and placed in the alliance's stronghold. Only then are the bonuses of the Scroll bestowed upon all the members of that alliance.

Capture an Elder Scroll, protect it, and return it to your alliance's stronghold to wield its power and gain bonuses.

PARTICIPATION & SCALING

Player vs. Player (PvP) in The Elder Scrolls Online is fun, rewarding, and accessible for PvP veterans or new players with no PvP experience.

The collapse of the Second Empire has left a vacuum of power in the Imperial City, and three alliances battle for supremacy. Whoever controls the Ruby Throne will crown an Emperor, and their alliance will rule all of Tamriel.

The Elder Scrolls Online features a battle leveling system that temporarily increases a player's combat effectiveness to compete against higher level players, ensuring that everyone enjoys the experience, from players who have never experienced PvP combat, to seasoned veterans demanding a deep, rewarding PvP experience. Players may join the PvP action as soon as they reach level 10, and jump right into the action without fear.

Whether you're a veteran or a rookie, you'll be able to fight as a valuable member of your alliance and perhaps even lay claim to the throne.

The Elder Scrolls Online cast includes:

  • John Cleese plays Sir Cadwell, the cheerful and endearingly mad lost soul who is not afraid of anyone, even a Daedric Prince. Joining the cast as High King Emeric
  • Bill Nighy portrays a merchant prince whose luck and determination won him the throne.
  • Kate Beckinsale takes on the role of Queen Ayrenn, the leader of the Aldmeri Dominion and Queen of the High Elves who is far more comfortable with a blade than her crown.
  • Alfred Molina takes on the role of Abnur Tharn, a wily old wizard and politician who is the head of the Empire's Elder Council, and the de facto power behind the Ruby Throne.
  • Lynda Carter plays Azura, the Daedric Princess of Dusk and Dawn from Skyrim who is a popular part of Elder Scrolls lore.
  • Michael Gambon voices The Prophet, a mysterious blind man who guides the player through their journey to retrieve their soul.
  • Malcolm McDowell plays the key figure Molag Bal, an evil Daedric god from another plane who schemes to enslave the mortal souls of Tamriel.
  • Peter Stormare ("Fargo") plays Jorunn the Skald King, an unexpected monarch who led his people into an unlikely alliance.
  • Jim Ward ("WALL·E," "Despicable Me 2") voices Mannimarco, a renegade High Elf wizard exiled from the realm for raising the dead and the world's most powerful necromancer.
  • Jennifer Hale appears in the role of Lyris Titanborn, a Nord half-giant, who, along with the Prophet, aids the player on their journey.
  • Kevin Michael Richardson rounds out the cast as Sai Sahan a noble martial artist and master swordsman.

The Elder Scrolls Online

After 20 years of best-selling, award-winning fantasy role-playing games, the Elder Scrolls series goes online like no massively multiplayer online game before it. Experience this epic adventure on your own or together with your friends, guild mates, and thousands of alliance members. Explore dangerous caves and dungeons, embark upon adventurous quests across Tamriel, and engage in massive player versus player battles, where the victors reap the spoils of war.

Play the Way You Like

With an enhanced Elder Scrolls mouse-driven combat system, engage in real-time targeting and strategic attacks and blocks. Use any weapon or wear any armor at any time, no matter what type of character you play and develop your own style with deep character customization and abilities.

A Connected Game World

With ESO's shardless Megaserver technology you no longer choose a server, but instead play in one connected world. The game seamlessly integrates with the social media sites you already use to automatically place you with friends, guild mates, people you've encountered before, and other like-minded players. Simply jump in and begin your adventure.

Your Quest to Save Tamriel

A stolen soul. An undead army rising. A quest to recover that which is uniquely yours. Explore the hidden secrets of Tamriel at your own pace using the game's compass to guide you to areas of interest. Save the world from the evil machinations of the Daedric Prince Molag Bal and his henchman, the first necromancer, the Prince of Worms, Mannimarco.

THE ALLIANCE WAR

The drums of war have reached a fever pitch, calling the warriors of Tamriel to the field of battle. The Daggerfall Covenant, the Ebonheart Pact, and the Aldmeri Dominion will take up arms and fight for control of Cyrodiil, the Imperial City, and the throne of Tamriel.

Featuring three-sided Player vs. Player (PvP) gameplay, The Elder Scrolls Online supports hundreds of players on screen at once in an open world fight for control of Cyrodiil. Seize, hold, and control the resources of massive strongholds. Utilize massive siege weapons to crumble fortress walls and smash through fortified gates. Conquer the Imperial City, and your alliance's top player could even be crowned Emperor!

Get ready for the most intense online PvP experience ever created, with The Elder Scrolls Online.

The System

In The Elder Scrolls Online, players choose to become members of one of three alliances. Each alliance has a unique story and specific goals.

The Daggerfall Covenant is comprised of the two Provinces of northwest Tamriel: High Rock and Hammerfell, home to the Bretons and the Redguards. The Covenant has also offered the Orcs the opportunity to return to their ancient homeland of Orsinium in exchange for their support. Working together, the three races have formed a powerful alliance that aims to restore the Second Empire and bring peace and prosperity back to Tamriel.

The Ebonheart Pact is the most tenuous of alliances, consisting of former enemies turned allies in northern and eastern Tamriel. The Nords, Dark Elves, and Argonians of Skyrim, Morrowind, and Black Marsh fight to restore stability to the Empire and ensure their own autonomy.

The Aldmeri Dominion is composed of the three races of southern Tamriel: the Wood Elves of Valenwood, the Khajiit of Elsweyr and the leaders of the Pact, the High Elves of the Summerset Isles. The Aldmeri Dominion fights to stop the dangerous machinations of humankind, and restore the Elven dominance in Tamriel.

MASSIVE, EPIC BATTLES

The Elder Scrolls Online features the largest PvP battles seen in a major online RPG. The game supports hundreds of onscreen players in epic battles. Swords and axes collide, spells and powers illuminate the ground and sky, and fires rage on embattled stronghold walls. Will you survive these epic battles? Can your overwhelming force take the keep, or will you be forced to retreat?

The Elder Scrolls Online is built to accommodate hundreds of players onscreen at once.

TERRITORY GAINS

The three alliances do battle in the region of Cyrodiil, seeking to control the Imperial City and with it, the Ruby Throne of Tamriel. Each alliance must wrest control of strategic territories from the others, including massive fortresses, each with supporting farms, lumber mills, and other valuable resources.

Battles are concentrated around these resources and strongholds. Control of certain resources will extend the alliance's influence in the region and help them take control of the Imperial City, and ultimately, control of the Ruby Throne itself.

Can you seize enough territory to control the Ruby Throne?

CONTROL ELDER SCROLLS

Elder Scrolls are artifacts of immense power that aid an alliance in the ongoing battle to control Tamriel by conferring bonuses to every member of that alliance. Each alliance has a special stronghold in Cyrodiil where their Elder Scrolls are kept and protected - but enemy alliances can break in and take them if they are not guarded properly. Once access is gained and a Scroll taken, it must be taken back across Cyrodiil and placed in the alliance's stronghold. Only then are the bonuses of the Scroll bestowed upon all the members of that alliance.

Capture an Elder Scroll, protect it, and return it to your alliance's stronghold to wield its power and gain bonuses.

PARTICIPATION & SCALING

Player vs. Player (PvP) in The Elder Scrolls Online is fun, rewarding, and accessible for PvP veterans or new players with no PvP experience.

The collapse of the Second Empire has left a vacuum of power in the Imperial City, and three alliances battle for supremacy. Whoever controls the Ruby Throne will crown an Emperor, and their alliance will rule all of Tamriel.

The Elder Scrolls Online features a battle leveling system that temporarily increases a player's combat effectiveness to compete against higher level players, ensuring that everyone enjoys the experience, from players who have never experienced PvP combat, to seasoned veterans demanding a deep, rewarding PvP experience. Players may join the PvP action as soon as they reach level 10, and jump right into the action without fear.

Whether you're a veteran or a rookie, you'll be able to fight as a valuable member of your alliance and perhaps even lay claim to the throne.

Specifications:

Minimum

Connectivity
Broadband internet connection
*System requirements are subject to change over time.
Hard Drive Space
60GB free HDD space
Operating System
Windows 7/Vista/Windows 8 64-bit
Processor
Quad Core 2.3GHz or equivalent processor
RAM
4GB System RAM
Video Card
Direct X 11 compliant video card with 2GB of RAM (NVIDIA® GeForce® 560 Ti / ATI Radeon 6950 or better)

Important Information:

©2015 ZeniMax Media Inc. The Elder Scrolls® Online: Tamriel Unlimited developed by ZeniMax Online Studios LLC, a ZeniMax Media company. ZeniMax, The Elder Scrolls, ESO, ESO Plus, Tamriel Unlimited, Bethesda, Bethesda Softworks and related logos are registered trademarks or trademarks of ZeniMax Media Inc. in the US and/or other countries. All Rights Reserved.

A persistent internet connection and The Elder Scrolls® Online: Tamriel Unlimited account are required to play

Important Information:

If you are a fan of The Elder Scrolls franchise, check out all the latest The Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind games and accessories available for PlayStation, Xbox, and PC now.

Rated 5 out of 5 by from Elder scrolls just a great story line Elder scrolls goes way back to 1994. What before most of you were born. Released for PC DOS. What's that? DOS it's what everyone's computer is running in the back round of your pretty nice new desktop. Anyway, Well for a game to still be around this long it got to have something that everyone likes. If you don't like adventure or exploring then it's not for you. 19 games and add on. You can jump into the story at any point because each one has it's own starting point. I you like this one and you will just think how many others there are for you to play and most will be dirt cheap. Below check out the first games screen shot. Funny but back then it was great.!!
Date published: 2014-08-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A great mix of a single-player RPG and an MMO Honestly I enjoyed games such as Guild Wars 2, and DC Universe Online. My favorite game of all time is probably Skyrim, but man is this game fun. Though this game isn't as immersed as Skyrim, but it is definitely the most immersed MMO thus far. The quests are great for the single player experience, and dungeons and pvp are awesome for the group experience. This isn't Skyrim Online but man is it becoming it. This game has only been going in the positive direction, and I would recommend this game to anyone who would enjoy a game with a single player feel but with the capabilities of teaming up with friends. I would not recommend this game to anyone that's wanting another Skyrim game or W.O.W. game.
Date published: 2014-07-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Superlative questing, combat, crafting and RvR. I have been playing Elder Scrolls games since Daggerfall 18 years ago and mmos since Asheron's Call 16 years ago. This game sates both the desire for immersive dynamic questing and the want to be engaged in a vibrant community. I have wandered aimlessly and found no end in wandering mazes lost. Compelling quests are ubiquitous and worthwhile. Every NPC is voiced by professionals and in many cases by renowned actors. The combat is rapid, variable and enjoyable. RvR or PvP is an improved version of the system from Dark Age of Camelot, which until Elder Scrolls Online was the standard. The ability to don any armor/weapon with any class negates the need to reroll or for alts and makes an for an impressive permutation of character design possibilities. The support staff responded to a request of mine with alacrity and humor in regards to an error when I made my Userid. One item to be aware of is that your Userid will be associated with all of your characters(i.e. Guild Chat, contact lists), make sure you pick one you like.
Date published: 2014-04-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great MMO This is a great game for anyone who loves the TES series or MMORPG's This is a must buy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Date published: 2014-04-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best MMO since FF11 and EQ2 in its Prime. I been a fan of Skyrim and Oblivion since my early days in Iraq and Afghanistan. The MMO holds true to the ESO games and is not a game for the casual wow player we do NOT hand out epix in this game. There is a few things to tweak but even with them the game blows away the market. The Crafting is complex and fun the battle is great and there is no STANDARD CLASS system you play the way you want how you want. You merely chose a base format of what you want from it.
Date published: 2014-04-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fun, immersive, Elder Scrolls game. As a Beta Tester I have played content up to level 20 and ranked as 3rd in the Aldmeri Alliance to be Emperor. I have played ES games for years and feel the developers have captured the ES feel in this new game. It is the ES Dream Game in which the entire continent of Tamriel is finally opened up in a single game space. It is loaded with lore and interesting NPCs. The voice actors are superb ... and often funny. PvP in Cyrodil is a blast. I fully trust the Developers to solve all the major bugs and release a beautiful ES game. You can reach level 10 and begin PvP in about 15 hours of play. Exploring the full content will take hundreds of hours and should expand constantly. This may be one game no one ever finishes... LOL
Date published: 2014-03-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Loved it in Beta Very good game if you like to be immersed in a game to the hilt, great for all ages 10 and up imho. Just Love it!
Date published: 2014-03-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome RPG MMO Short version: Pros: Graphics, Sound, Voiceacting, Story, Quests, Immersion, Character Building, Server Stability, Crafting and Siege & Epic PVP. Cons: Combat, Missing "depth" features Buy this if you are at least 2 of these: 1) MMO RPG Fan 2) Elder Scrolls Fan 3) Siege-style PvP fan (e.g. DAOC) 4) Game Lore Fan ____________________ Longer version: First off this isn't a single player RPG; it's a sub-based MMO. If you don't like that, don't whine about it, just move on. What ESO is though is an awesomely beautiful and immersive RPG style world. All of the stories have meaning and you end up loving the NPCs. The ability ESO gives you to build the character you want is also unprecedented--the devs said that over 98% of all characters rolled were unique. On the downside, combat is a little bland--but still more engaging that Skyrim or Oblivion. I think the biggest regret is that they didn't work in features like the Theives or Assassin's guild, housing or a "moral choice" tracker/system for launch (its supposed to come after).
Date published: 2014-03-24
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