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'The Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind' Brings Vvardenfell, PVP Battlegrounds and The Warden Class

Forbes - Tech

The Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind has just been announced as one of the biggest updates to the game yet. The game will open up the area of Vvardenfell with a whole new set of adventures, dungeons and characters. This will be the largest new zone added to ESO since the games launch. New updates include a new nature-based magic-using class known as The Warden. There are no details on The Warden's new skill lines, but we do know that the three will focus on pets, nature abilities and ice.


Elder Scrolls 6: Everything we know so far about Bethesda's latest game

The Independent - Tech

After leaving fans breathless with more details about Fallout 76 at E3, game wizards Bethesda pulled a Steve Jobs in Las Vegas with a "one more thing" reveal – a new addition to the Elder Scrolls series. The Elder Scrolls VI (TES6) was revealed during the game studio's presentation via a 30-second teaser and just the right level of fanfare. Following on from the fifth game in the series, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, players are going to get the chance to journey back to the land of Tamriel to once again take up sword, shield and bow to fight for whatever faction or agenda they choose. But what do we know about TES6, and how soon can we start adventuring again? What do we know about Elder Scrolls 6? Bethesda is, of course, remaining tight lipped on any real details connected to this latest edition of the Elder Scrolls series.


'The Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind' Brings Vvardenfell, PVP Battlegrounds and The Warden Class

Forbes - Tech

The Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind has just been announced as one of the biggest updates to the game yet. The game will open up the area of Vvardenfell with a whole new set of adventures, dungeons and characters. This will be the largest new zone added to ESO since the games launch. New updates include a new nature based magic-using class known as The Warden, there are no details on The Warden's new skill lines but we do know that the three will focus on pets, nature abilities and ice. The War Bear will be an ultimate and it will remain as long as it live and can be buffed and healed.


5 reasons to be excited about Elder Scrolls Online's 'Elsweyr' expansion

PCWorld

I had worried that The Elder Scrolls Online had played its best hand too soon when it released Morrowind as its first "chapter" (or expansion) in 2017, but I'd forgotten about the dragons. The beasts, so loved from The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, take flight in ESO's upcoming Elsweyr expansion, and earlier today ESO's creative director Rich Lambert showed audiences on Twitch how dragons would spend the game's next chapter burninating the homeland of the cat-like Khajiit. The new chapter launches for pre-orders buyers on May 20, and here are five good reasons why you'll want to be around in May when the fur and fire starts to fly. Here there be dragons, and frankly it's about time. I'm a little surprised to see them.


The Elder Scrolls Online: Summerset review: Don't leave this elf on the shelf

PCWorld

I'm stepping through a portal on the heels of a young elf woman who looks roughly my own age, or at least as close as you get when you're dealing with a race that thinks of our pitiful lifespan like we think of dog years. But on the other side of the portal I face a woman racked with the lines and worries of a wasted life. I hear her despair at seeing my relatively young face. And yes, it's her: The trip through the portal felt like seconds for me, but she's been over here on the other side, trapped and wandering in the lovely ruin we'd come to study for more decades than I've even been alive. Elder Scrolls Online's Summerset expansion ($40 on Humble) is at its finest in quests like these; these little moments that feel more like "weird tales" from the pens of pulp greats like Robert E. Howard or H.P. Lovecraft than the pages of contemporary doorstop fantasies.