Several members of the UESP traveled to Boston for PAX East and the Bethesda Gameplay Day event, where we interviewed ESO's game director Matt Firor and lead content designer Rich Lambert about the upcoming Summerset chapter. The interview can be read here, and Alarra's write-up about PAX East 2018 can be read on the UESP blog: Part 1 (Thurs/Fri) & Part 2 (Bethesda Gameplay Day).
Elder Scrolls Online: Summerset Chapter Announced — March 21, 2018
The much-anticipated next chapter for Elder Scrolls Online was revealed today: The Elder Scrolls Online: Summerset. This chapter takes place in a new zone, Summerset Isle, and involves Razum-dar and the Psijic Order, and introduces a new skill line and trial. It will be released for all platforms on June 5, 2018, though PC/Mac will have an advanced release on May 21.
Elder Scrolls Legends: Houses of Morrowind Expansion Announced — March 17, 2018
The next expansion for Legends has been announced: Houses of Morrowind. This expansion adds roughly 150 new cards based on Morrowind and its appearances in the games, particularly the Great Houses. It introduces three-attribute cards and new mechanics, and raises the deck size from 70 to 100. The expansion will be released March 29.
UESP Merchandise Available — March 11, 2018
Planning to meet fellow users at events like PAX, or just interested in wearing the site logo? The UESP has a Spreadshirt store set up here.
Thieves Guild and Dark Brotherhood Celebration Event — March 1, 2018
As teased on our social media yesterday, a Thieves Guild and Dark Brotherhood DLC event has now begun in ESO. The Thieves Guild and Dark Brotherhood Celebration Event runs from now until 2pm GMT/10am EDT on the 12th March. Rewards for playing content from both DLCs have been increased; see our event page for a full breakdown of the increased drops. If you don't already own the Thieves Guild or Dark Brotherhood DLCs, they are currently discounted at 500 each for the duration of the event. Both Collector's Bundles have also returned and are 1,600 each.
Pete Hines Legends Interview — February 13, 2018
UESP has conducted an interview with none other than Pete Hines, Senior Vice President of Marketing at Bethesda and an avid player of The Elder Scrolls: Legends. The interview offers behind-the-scenes info on the game's development, including lore clarifications and the possibility of a future art book release. Read the entire interview here.
Music of Tamriel, Vol. 2 Available — January 20, 2018
Win a 2018 UESP Calendar — December 6, 2017
Make sure you enter our Random Draw for a chance to win one of many 2018 Tamriel calendars featuring screenshots submitted by our fans. Take a look at the Calendar Preview for an idea of what it looks like. Drawing will take place on Dec 18th so don't wait!
We've choosen 62 lucky winners today for a calendar from the random draw and have notified them by e-mail. If you didn't win one we will do one last draw sometime in January with any remaining calendars left over.
Free ESO Nix-Ox Mount — November 17, 2017
A free nix-ox mount will be given to all players that own ESO's Morrowind Chapter who log in before November 26. The mount will be given out in two batches, on November 22 and November 28. Players who don't currently own the Chapter can avail of this promotion by purchasing it in the interim. Morrowind is currently on sale in the Xbox Store.
In other news, ESO's second anniversary event celebrating the release of Orsinium is currently in full swing. The DLC is on sale at a significant reduction in the Crown Store and Orsinium rewards have been doubled for the duration of the event.
Julian LeFay Interview — November 6, 2017
Julian LeFay, who has been called the "Father of The Elder Scrolls" took part in a three hour interview with Indigo Gaming a week ago. In the interview, he talks about his involvement with Bethesda Softworks as their chief engineer, his departure from the company, and his current projects, among other things. As one of the first employees of Bethesda, Julian saw the company grow from a small operation to a company with seventy employees.
The full interview can be found here.
Clockwork City expansions for The Elder Scrolls Online and The Elder Scrolls: Legends — November 1, 2017
The Clockwork City DLC for ESO was released for PC and Mac players on October 23, 2017, with console players getting it on November 7, 2017. This DLC gives players access to a new zone and trial as well as new quests, and introduces Transmutation to the crafting system.
Now it has been announced a new premium story is coming to Legends on November 30, 2017, called Return to Clockwork City, a nod to the recently released ESO DLC. The story will add Factotum cards, as well as new Treasure Hunt and Assemble game mechanics. The full bundle will be available for $19.99, complete with alternate card art and a title; or in-game gold can be used to purchase three separate acts. For more information, read the official announcement. Clockwork City, here we come!
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Yokuda was a continent west of Tamriel which sank into the sea during the First Era. It was the ancestral home of the Redguards, as well as a purportedly extinct Aldmeri race known as the Lefthanded Elves. It was the birthplace of several famed Redguard heroes, including Frandar Hunding and his son Divad. It was also the nation that birthed the fabled martial tradition of sword-singing. (more...)
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- ... that Imperials were not a distinct race until The Elder Scrolls Adventures: Redguard?
- ... that the three Daedric runes on the cover of Morrowind are A S V, which stand for Almalexia, Sotha Sil, and Vivec, respectively?
- ... that jagga, fermented pig's milk, is popular in Valenwood?
- ... that when going through an Oblivion Gate in The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion, you're usually going to one of seven random worlds?
- ... that the Sload created the Thrassian Plague which caused half of the population of the Iliac Bay, and perhaps even Tamriel, to die out in 1E 2260?
- ... that the First Era lasted 2920 years, the Second Era lasted 897 years, and the Third only lasted 433 years?
- ... that the book Kyne's Challenge: A Hunter's Companion makes a reference to Skyrim's giants sending players flying into the sky?
- ... that the continent Atmora, the original homeland of the proto-Nords, is said to be uninhabitable as of the late Third Era?
- ... that most of the Divines were named after Arena and Daggerfall beta testers?