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Game Review: The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited
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The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited

The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited
Xbox One l PS4 l PC
DEVELOPER: ZeniMax Online Studios
PUBLISHER: Bethesda Softworks
RELEASE DATE: June 9, 2015

I was very intrigued when The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited was announced back in May of 2012 for a couple of reasons. For one, I’m a massive fan of the Elder Scrolls games Bethesda Game Studios makes…as millions of other game fans are. There is simply no match for them in terms of fantasy worlds you can spend countless hours in to escape boring everyday real life. The amount of time most spend in these worlds might baffle and confuse some people, but those people simply do not understand. Unlike some of the series’ biggest fans who have been playing since the very start (or at least The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind), I was introduced by The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion. A little late to the party, but that’s the great thing about the series: each new title brings in a new group of players who also develop a deep and lasting passion for the games.

The other reason is that I’ve never, in all my years of gaming, played an MMO before. Why so many others devote so much time, effort, and money to them I totally get; I just never had any interest in them personally. There’s multiple reasons for why that is, but mainly it’s because games that never really end (and dreaded subscription fees) don’t appeal to me. If I was ever going to dive into an MMO it was going to be one set in a world that meant a great deal to me, and when it was announced that The Elder Scrolls Online was dropping subscription fees I decided it was time to step over that line. So now the question is, was it worth it?

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Exploring Tamriel In ‘The Elder Scrolls Online’ (Video)
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Skyrim in The Elder Scrolls Online

The final video in a series devoted to taking a closer look at The Elder Scrolls Online has been released by Bethesda. The latest video explores the many locations of Tamriel you can visit in the game, including some places familiar to fans of the series such as Morrowind and Skyrim. If you missed them you can also go back and watch the first video, which looks at the freedoms and choices players will have in creating their own path, and the second video, which covered playing the game with your friends.

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‘The Elder Scrolls Online’ Video Looks At Choices You’ll Make
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The Elder Scrolls Online

The Xbox One and PS4 console versions of The Elder Scrolls Online are set to release In just one month on June 9th, so publisher Bethesda Softworks has released the first in a new series of videos looking at the game.

The first looks at the freedom you’ll have in deciding who your character is, what they look like and are good at, and what path you’ll travel in the game. You can read more about the game and check out the video below.

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‘The Elder Scrolls Online’ On PS4 and Xbox One Will Be 65GB
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The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited

The console version of The Elder Scrolls Online (which was released on PC in April of last year), titled The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited, is only a couple of short months away from release. And now that fans of Bethesda’s series know they don’t have to worry about a monthly subscription fee, excitement has no doubt increased quite a bit.

But there are still some things you’ll have to accept and work around if you plan to play on PS4 or Xbox One instead of PC. One such thing is the fact that, in announcing that a limited full-access public beta for the game is beginning tomorrow, ZeniMax Online Studios also revealed that the game will take up a whopping 65GB of hard drive space to run.

You can read more about the game’s massive size and check out some images below.

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