Do you have an amazing home in Tamriel that you want to share for a chance to win some Elder Scrolls Online prizes? Read on to learn about our next contest, beginning today!
Spring is in the air and a new ESO Crown Crate season has begun. It's time to embrace nature with the fresh spoils of The Elder Scrolls Online's Wild Hunt!
There's no place like home after an exciting day of adventuring in Tamriel. Starting today, the dream of owning a house in The Elder Scrolls Online becomes a reality on Xbox One and PlayStation®4! Player housing, Master Crafting Writs, Furnishing Crafting, new Crafting Motifs and more await you in the Homestead update.
Vvardenfell is unlike anywhere else in Tamriel. In our first look at some of the wondrous creatures and dramatic environments you'll encounter in The Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind, we introduce newcomers the Vvardvarks and Cliff Striders, and learn about a few of Vvardenfell's more verdant regions.
If you own a home in Tamriel as an ESO player, you'll need to furnish your newfound space with furniture. One way to get the furniture you so desire is to craft it yourself! Read on to learn the basics of Furnishing Crafting, a new system available in our latest update, Homestead.
Currency trade is a common issue in almost all MMORPGs. No matter it is a new game or an old one, currency trade exists, especially in some large MMOs including the Elder Scrolls Online. Everyone wants to buy cheap ESO Gold. That is the basic requirement, but sometimes players think how they can buy cheap ESO Gold and not be scammed among so many ESO Gold sellers. How to buy cheap ESO Gold and not to be cheated in the same time?
Welcome to a new year in The Elder Scrolls Online! We had a great year in 2016. There are more adventures in Tamriel and more freedom in how you choose to explore them than ever. Now it is time to look ahead to 2017. All of you are well aware that we have already announced Morrowind, the next Chapter in ESO, which will be launching in June.
It's move-in day across Tamriel! Starting today, everyone who owns The Elder Scrolls Online on PC and Mac can dive into player housing, furniture crafting, Master Crafting Writs, and more. Welcome to Homestead!
This June, the next Chapter in The Elder Scrolls Online will begin. Return to the iconic island of Vvardenfell for over 30 hours of adventure in a brand new location, with a new class, a new PvP mode, a new Trial, and so much more.
After reviewing over 5,700 entries for our Nameless Mage contest (and yes, we read every one of them!), we're happy to announce that we've chosen our winner.
Move-in day is coming! We're excited to announce that Homestead, our next update featuring player housing, will launch on PC/Mac on Monday, February 6, and for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on Tuesday, February 21.
Writs are special crafting assignments in The Elder Scrolls Online. These quests are repeatable and can be completed once every 20 hours. Completing Writs will grant you experience, crafting inspiration, and provide you with a treasure chest that you can open to receive random rewards, including crafting materials and maps to special harvesting zones that have double the materials and feature legendary drops.
The Justice System was added to ESO with Update 6 (1.6) in March 2015. The Justice System allows players to pickpocket NPCs, steal items in cities, kill many NPCs and become a fugitive from the guards. Taking part in this illegal activity will increase your Bounty which you’ll either need to pay in gold to a guard or spend time away from the cities waiting for it to go down.
The problem of inventory size is one of the most important because there are a lot of different items in Elder Scrolls Online that can be gathered. When you start traveling you find more and more items, resources, runes, reagents and so on. Each player can gather any type of resources and this is where the inventory size becomes very important.
Enchanting provides Glyphs in Elder Scrolls Online. Glyphs are enchantments which are applied on gear. There’s three types of glyphs: armor glyphs, weapon glyphs, and jewelry glyphs. Glyphs are crafted at enchanting station, typically found in towns. The combination of runes used to craft the glyph affects the quality and effects of the final glyph, much like the combination of reagents does in Alchemy.
New supplies are on their way to the ESO Crown Store! Tamriel's tailors and barbers will do their very best to give you a fashionable start to the New Year. The latest shipment includes two Redguard costumes from the “Tailored in Tamriel" series, a lot of classy hair styles, and an adorable new pet. Each month, we'll receive new offers of Crown Store items, so keep your eyes open for future previews!