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Experience an ever-expanding story across all of Tamriel in The Elder Scrolls Online, an award-winning online RPG. Explore a rich, living world with friends or embark upon a solo adventure. Enjoy complete control over how your character looks and plays, from the weapons you wield to the skills you learn – the choices you make will shape your destiny. Welcome to a world without limits.

PLAY THE WAY YOU LIKE
Battle, craft, steal, siege, or explore, and combine different types of armor, weapons, and abilities to create your own style of play. The choice is yours to make in a persistent, ever-growing Elder Scrolls world.

TELL YOUR OWN STORY
Discover the secrets of Tamriel as you set off to regain your lost soul and save the world from Oblivion. Experience any story in any part of the world, in whichever order you choose – with others or alone.

A MULTIPLAYER RPG
Complete quests with friends, join fellow adventurers to explore dangerous, monster-filled dungeons, or take part in epic PvP battles with hundreds of other players.

Additional Info
Additional Info
Release Date Jun 9, 2015
Game series The Elder Scrolls
Game engine Creation
Game Genres Massively Multiplayer, RPG
Game developer ZeniMax Online Studios
Game director Matt Firor
Game producer Ala Diaz
Game designer Nick Konkle, Richard Lambert
Game programmer Daniel Dunham
Game artists Jared Carr, Mathew Weathers
Game writer Lawrence Schick, Wynne McLaughlin
Game music composers Brad Derrick
Game controller types Keyboard, Mouse
Platforms Official Website
Software distribution Product key
Gaming Platform PC
Computing platform macOS, Microsoft Windows
Language English, French, German
Game content rating system ESRB M, GRAC 18, PEGI 18
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Customer Reviews (7)
Great game. Okay mmo.
Overall
I really enjoy this franchise. If you've played elder scrolls before, you know what to expect.
As far as an mmo goes, this game has great voice acting. I'm glad they decided to voice all the dialog. Now for hardcore mmo fans, this game is nothing revolutionary. It is a run-of-the-mill mmo. Not a bad game at all, but it doesnt bring anything new to the mmo world.
Overall I give this a 5 because it is exactly what i was looking for when i ordered it. I enjoy the lore and the fact that there are different factions (different story lines) means i can enjoy the games at least 3 times over with new content each time.
Review by Electricpants (Posted on 10/6/2017)
This game is an excellent addition to the Elder Scrolls universe
Overall
This game is an excellent addition to the Elder Scrolls universe. I've been a huge fan of the franchise since Morrowind and I have adored this opportunity to dive back into Tamriel and explore areas we've never seen before like the Summerset Isles and Valenwood. The PVE combat is incredibly engaging and I love how player skill is more important than raw stats in most fights. I play primarily solo since I'm approaching it from the Elder Scrolls angle rather than the MMO angle, and I am very satisfied. I've only put in about 20-30 hours so far and I look forward to hundreds more as I explore the full breadth of content in my current alliance as well as the other three.

If you're a fan of the Elder Scrolls experience but have been hesitant to jump on this game because of the multiplayer angle, let me assure you that it's still worth your time. The main story is a solo adventure and the questing has all of the great writing an crazy set pieces you know and love from the other games. The gameplay does feel different from Skyrim, but in a positive, engaging way.
Review by Graham Bennett (Posted on 10/6/2017)
It's Guild Wars but with an Elder Scrolls skin, Give them your money!
Overall
My wife and I returned with my brother to this game when it came free to play. If you hadn't played this before it was, you won't be missing anything or feel short-changed. There's no reason to sub to this game or go for the extra experience boosts. You can do everything in it without the need or the feeling of needing to purchase extra items.

It feels very good for a Free-to-Play game. Plays 90% like Guild Wars and takes a lot of liberties from that style of gameplay. Which is amazing if you liked GUild Wars but wanted to play in the Elder Scrolls Universe!
Review by Skagerberg (Posted on 10/5/2017)
Great Game and Worth the Buy
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Great game. Now Buy 2 Play, so no subscription required. Clean UI, great lore and world, easy-to-use controls. Definitely recommend to those that like Elder Scrolls and MMOs. Review by Gravelstein (Posted on 10/4/2017)
Great MMO
Overall
First I would like to say it is not Skyrim, Oblivion, or Morrowind. That being said it is a extremely indepth MMO with what seems to be a never ending list of skills you can learn: blacksmithing, woodworking, alchemy, enchanting, etc.

With this edition you can play any of the ten races, excluding Imperials, in any faction. You also get a free guar to show off.
Although it is not pay to play buying a premium membership is a good idea. ESO plus grants you access to all DLCs, monthly crowns, and several passive abilities.
Review by K. Harkins (Posted on 10/3/2017)
A fantasy MMO/RPG that hits all the right notes
Overall
Pros - Excellent graphics, engaging quest lines (make sure to take to the time to listen to the voices from the npcs), plays more like an RPG then a traditional MMO, unique crafting system, slower leveling process. To add further game value, once your character hits max level cap you can continue to earn extended "experience" thru champion points which can be applied to any of your characters regardless of level to flesh out different abilities or traits.

Cons - If someone is looking for a quick leveling experience this game isn't for you. It IS possible to grind out levels fast through mass mob pulling and AoE'ing them down; however, doing that you miss out on much of the games very engaging storylines. Also, while the crafting system is very unique its possible to get frustrated trying to get started with it. (I recommend watching the youtube videos to get started.) I would also recommend the usage of third-party add-ons to add more information and ease of use. (I'm not endorsing illegal "hacks" here but the standard ESO UI is very bland.)

All in all, I would highly recommend this game to anyone looking for a "non-traditional" fantasy MMO game. The player can either choose a free-to-play subscription and pay for added items through the Crown Store (unlike other free-to-play games you won't feel stilted by restrictions), or pay a monthly subscription fee and have access to the DLC (download content) "free".
Review by Susan C. (Posted on 10/3/2017)
Like Skyrim but with a better interface and more realistic choices
Overall
I began playing this morning. At first look it's very similar to Skyrim and whoever said it was not I wonder if they actually played Skyrim.
You begin by selecting a faction, this will decide the environment you'll be in and the main questline.
Next you'll select your race and class
I choose a Khajit Nightblade, a stealth class with the Aldemeri Dominion
I chose this because it's a stealth DPS class basically an Assassin.
Each race has bonuses and each class has it's own skill tree. Some races are restricted by the Faction.
The tutorial is a little quest area where you basically have a guide that helps you leave Oblivion and back into the real world.
All the controls seem to be the same as the default Skyrim setup.
Take everything you find, this will net you some armor, weapons, some gold, ingredients etc...
Once you escape and make it back to life you end up in a ship. Don't know if the other factions begin differently. Probably.
Once in the real world I saw a few other players and if I wanted to interact with them I'd press the "F" key otherwise they just run by like you do.
Just like in Skyrim you can sneak around, steal things, pickpocket, etc.
I think the interface is much improved from skyrim.
The inventory is smaller. Stamina plays a larger role in combat. Just like in Skyrim each level up gives you points to put into Magicka, Health or Stamina.

By the time I completed the tutorial I was 4th level.
You can switch between first and third person on the fly and the Q key gives you a round pop up menu where you quick select things.

So far it seems they've taken the best things in Skyrim and made them better. The game is fun so far and seems very much like skyrim with a alternate interface and since you cannot save makes things and choices permanent and more real.
Review by Clyde Martin (Posted on 10/3/2017)
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Requirements

    MINIMUM:

  • OS: Windows 7 64-bit
  • Processor: Intel® Core i3 540 or AMD A6-3620 or higher
  • Memory: 3 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Direct X 11.0 compliant video card with 1GB RAM (NVidia GeForce 460 or AMD Radeon 6850)
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Network: Broadband Internet connection
  • Storage: 85 GB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectX compatible sound card

    RECOMMENDED:

  • OS: Windows 7 64-bit
  • Processor: Intel® Core i5 2300 or AMD FX4350
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Direct X 11.0 compliant video card with 2GB RAM (NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 750 or AMD Radeon™ HD 7850) or higher
  • DirectX: Version 11
  • Network: Broadband Internet connection
  • Storage: 85 GB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectX compatible sound card
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