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  • Platform: PlayStation 4
  • Publisher: Bethesda Softworks
  • Developer: Bethesda
  • Category: Role-Playing , Massively Multiplayer

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Experience one connected world and stay up-to-date with everything your friends are doing in one of the most socially enabled games ever. Whether you play with your friends or adventure alone, the game's innovative mouse-driven combat system allows you to focus on action and tactics, not the user interface. Use any weapon or armor at any time and customize your abilities to play the way you want as you uncover the mysteries of Tamriel and seek heroic quests on your own terms. Explore the far reaches of Skyrim, the mysterious lands of Morrowind, the sprawling metropolis of Daggerfall and beyond. The choices you make, from the alliance you join to the battles you fight, will shape your destiny and the world of Tamriel.

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.

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.

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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great Choice Good for those who wish to just play casually, or for the more streamilined players pursuing the best the game has to offer. PS4/Xbox doesn't have many MMORPG choices but this is a great intro into the genre. Unlimited freedom for play style, grinding isn't overwhelming like in some games, and not a p2w game.
Date published: 2016-10-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Excellent game with few flaws. I just wanted to say that the game is great there are hundreds of hours of gameplay the way the classes work are just like other elder scrolls game where you can make and character you can think of. I love the crafting system and the combat system i think is very smooth. There are few things I dont like abouth things game but like any game there will always be something. For me i dont like the way the looting is, for example if you want to farm a gear set theres not a dungeon you should run or a specific place you should go you just farm the same level creatures as the set level. World of warcraft for example you can find out what boss to kill for the item and drop rate of that item for instance. Finding a group for a dungeon is another thing for me it take atleast an hour to get into one but i have also had one take as long as 2-3 hours so im not to crazy about that but all in all theres plenty of other things to keep you busy and you could always just invite your friends and run your own dungeon.
Date published: 2016-07-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Excellent MMO and Price I got the game when Gamestop had a sale on it, so I couldn't pass it up. The subscription is free, however i do recommend the ESO plus subscription for starting crowns and EXP and other gains to content. IT is the same price as the 1500 crowns purchase, which you get the 1500 crowns plus the other expansions and bonuses to use while active. THen you can get a horse right from the start, nice looking aesthetic gear, and exp scrolls. Great quests, can solo, but will meet up with others durign adventures to get tasks done faster. More laid back then FFXIV and other mmo's but plenty of great story and quests content.
Date published: 2016-04-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Very Hesitant I was very skeptical about this game which led me to not trying it for a long time. The only reason I did was because I got a copy for free. I love Elder Scroll games but after reading many bad reviews about this I decided to not try it. I really don't get what the bad reviews are about. Maybe they don't understand this type of game or what. Anyways this game is a gem. Maybe when it first released it had a lot of issues and caused a lot of negative reviews but I am having no issues what so ever. Its easy to get lost into this game with its amazing graphics and smooth leveling and gameplay. Crafting seems robust from what I have experienced so far and just exploring is a blast. The questing is far better than any other games like this, WOW, FFO, or what have you. They are not the ordinary go here and kill x amount of things. They are elaborate and take time to finish them which is a nice change from these games. Overall I can see myself playing this for a long time with its massive world and tons of things to master and try. Definitely would recommend to any fans of online games or anyone who enjoys exploring for loots.
Date published: 2016-02-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from ESO Elder Scrolls online is a fantastic game. You can definitely tell that they put tons of time into making this game. Yes, it does take a long time to level. Yes, it does take some time to gain champion points and progress. That is sort of the point of an MMO. They are constantly changing the game via patches, but the changes have been good IMO. There is no Sub, and the in-game purchases are cosmetic. You can buy motifs there, which a lot of people disagree on, but you are not required to do it, as it is only a cosmetic appearance to your armor. They are currently in the process of changing the Veteran Rank system, as in abolishing it, so that is a plus as well. If you do not intend on spending lots of time in a game then this is not your game. But for the money you get a ton of content and play time.
Date published: 2015-12-18
Rated 1 out of 5 by from So much wasted potential Graphics are pretty good for an MMO and the quests are decently written. The rest of the game is boring fetch quests, continuous grind for no reward, bug, glitches, lag, and just plain non fun gameplay (And thats when its not kicking you out, freezing your system, or just plain not working). Even without a subscription this game is not worth the money it costs to buy. Even the DLC you have to buy after doing every thing in the game is not worth the time or money. It feels like the developers had some great ideas then just gave up halfway through. Save your money on this one.
Date published: 2015-11-07
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Boring... OK I really tried to like this one, but it didn't do it for me. I don't feel taken, but I sure feel sorry for those who used to pay a monthly sub for this game. These new mmos are all about micro transactions and its driving me away from playing them. Any time you purchase an ingame currency its pay to win in my opinion. Not only does it ruin any chance for a fair economy in the game, it makes it very hard to gauge and group with other players. Example: When I played guild wars 1 back in the day and I saw someone with Chaos gauntlets on, I knew that he or she earned those grinding in the hard endgame dungeons, and would trust their leadership in a group. Now when you see a player all blinged out, chances are they dumped $200 in the marketplace to power their character up, and is actually a very weak player. As for game play its the same old grind to me. Quest are mainly go to point A and flag quest, then travel to point B to kill X amount of ???, then return to point A to get exp. "They figure after you do that for an hour you will buy the horse to speed up the grind" Crafting is so leveled its boring, you can only harvest items within your lvl/zone, then after farming goods and crafting your new gear, your usually in the next gear bracket by then , and start the whole madness over again. Skills, what skills? No matter what profession, race or build you go with, you run into another player just like you every other minute. Sorry, but IMHO ESO is just another generic MMO money grab that uses the lore and appeal of Elder Scrolls to sucker you into the grind. Bethesda needs to stay with what they do best and that is the best open world free roam RPG's like the REAL Elder Scrolls and Fallout games.
Date published: 2015-11-05
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Be Warned I bought this game when I installed it an updated it I found out you have to subscribe to PlayStation + before your allowed to play the game.So now I have a game that I cannot play an i'm out of $60.00.No where on the game box info does it say you have to subscribe to play station + or I never would of bought the game.I simply refuse to pay to subscribe to playstation + in order to play an playstation games
Date published: 2015-10-26
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