Respected video game developer Bethesda let out a BIG shocker today: one of their major fall releases may not appear on the PS4, despite earlier promises…and it’s all Sony’s fault.
One of the best parts of Skyrim, and the Elder Scrolls series in general, are the amazing soundtracks that accompany the games. Any fans of the music living in London will be able to experience it in live form thanks to the Skyrim in Concert show that is set to head to the city on November 16.
Elder Scrolls Online is set to have many more DLC updates in the future, with some focusing on the housing that gamers partake in within the title. Also, a customizable barber shop is coming as well. Speaking with IGN, game director Matt Firor talked about the way Elder Scrolls Online will release the DLC.
For some fans, though an HD version of Skyrim is most welcome, as it was officially announced at last nights Bethesda Press Conference, some wondered why the developer wasn’t simple working on the next Elder Scrolls title.
Today, via a press release, Bethesda has outlined the details of the upcoming downloadable content for The Elder Scrolls Online, titled Orsinium.
In commemoration of the release of The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited, Bethesda Softworks has released a new launch trailer for the game. “This is Tamriel Unlimited” is available in the player below. The game has now launched for PC and MAC. Tamriel Unlimited will receive a next-gen console release, but not until June.
Bethesda Softworks has officially announced today (Jan. 21) that The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited will be getting a console release later this summer. The game will hit the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on June 9.
Here’s a list of all the winners at this years Annual Interactive Achievement Awards:
Zack Zero and a new Uncharted 3 map pack highlight this week’s PlayStation Store update!
See the latest hardware and software sales numbers, and the latest Famitsu review scores…
Alice: Madness Returns and Red Faction: Armageddon are the highlights of this week’s PlayStation Store update!
According to developers, Skyrim’s lag problems may never be solved on the PlayStation 3.