New Life Festival Event Now Live — December 13, 2018
The New Life Festival Event is now live in ESO. From December 13th to January 2nd, the event will allow players the chance to obtain various collectibles, including a style motif, hats, costumes, recipes, mementos and a brand new skin. During the event, players can also earn Event Tickets and purchase the final Indrik Feather required to unlock the mythical Nascent Indrik mount.
For a full list of available items, see the New Life Festival Event page. For more information, see the official site.
Undaunted Celebration Event Now Live — November 29, 2018
The Undaunted Celebration Event is now live in ESO. From November 29th to December 5th, this Group Dungeon themed event will allow players the chance to obtain various collectibles, style pages, costumes, pets, mounts, and even homes. An ultra-rare jackpot prize is also available, which grants 130 mounts at once, including mounts from previous Crown Crate seasons.
For a full list of available items, see the Undaunted Celebration Event page. For more information, see the official site.
Third Creation Club Sneak Peek — November 28, 2018
Clockwork City Celebration Now Live — November 15, 2018
The Clockwork City Celebration Event event is now live in ESO. By returning to the Clockwork City from November 15th to November 26th, you can earn double drops from crafting nodes, reward boxes from daily quests, and bosses. The Clockwork City DLC is also on sale in the Crown Store, alongside a temporary free trial of ESO Plus to access the DLC completely for free. For the full details of the event, see the official announcement.
The latest DLC for the Elder Scrolls Online has been released for PC and Mac players. Players can now access a new zone and main questline, located deep in the swamps of Black Marsh. Also included is a new 4-player arena called Blackrose Prison, item sets, motifs, craftable furnishings and collectibles. Murkmire is available free for all current ESO Plus members or can be purchased for 2000 Crowns from the in-game Crown Store. In addition, Murkmire will be available as a Daily Reward during the month of November.
Also released today is Update 20, which notably includes destructible bridges and milegates in Cyrodiil, Housing and Editor improvements, alongside numerous smaller bug fixes and improvements. For more information, see the full patch notes.
The DLC and update will be available to PS4 and Xbox One players on November 6th.
Update: The first part of Loremaster's Archive: Murkmire Q&A has been published. The Argonian historian Jee-Lar answers user-submitted questions about Murkmire and related lore.
Update 2: Part 2 of the Q&A is available and can be read here.
Witches Festival 2018 Now Live — October 18, 2018
Four Upcoming Events Announced for Elder Scrolls Online — October 10, 2018
The events for ESO for the remainder of 2018 have been announced. In addition to the usual rewards specific to each event, you can also earn Event Tickets, which can be exchanged for Indrik Feathers. If all four Indrik Feathers are collected, an additional Nascent Indrik mount will be unlocked.
The event lineup is:
- October 18 - November 1: Witches Festival
- November 15 - November 26: Clockwork City Celebration Event
- November 29 - December 5: Undaunted Celebration Event
- December 13 - January 2: New Life Festival
For more information about the Event Tickets, read the official announcement.
Second Creation Club Sneak Peek — October 4, 2018
Three new Creations were announced for Skyrim Special Edition in a sneak peek on October 2 and have been released: Bone Wolf, Staff of Hasedoki (pictured), and Wild Horses, first teased back in August. The sneak peek can be found on the official forums. Look for more information on these Creations in the coming days using the links above.
Elder Scrolls Legends has a new client — September 24, 2018
The anticipated developer change from Dire Wolf Digital to Sparkypants Studios has begun. The entire client has been rebuilt from scratch, including a new interface, new gameboard, new and improved animations, increased gameplay speed, revamped card frames, new premium card animation, and an improved tutorial. This will be the largest update for Legends to date. No progress will be lost and you can just pick up the game where you left off. The new client will be available as an update to the current app, like previous patches.
UESP is busy preparing for this change. You may notice missing card images, but we will be working hard to replace them with versions from the new client as soon as possible! Please post any questions on the Legends talk page.
Elder Scrolls Online Summerfall Event — September 20, 2018
Upcoming Creation Club Sneak Peek — August 20, 2018
The next five Creations for Skyrim Special Edition have been announced: Nordic Jewelry, Myrwatch, Pets of Skyrim, Wild Horses, and Rare Curios (pictured). A short preview of each can be viewed over on the official forums. In addition to this, the long-awaited puzzle dungeon has been announced; named "Forgotten Seasons", it will be released at an unspecified later date.
Update: As of August 29th, four of the five Creations (all except Wild Horses) have been released. Check out the links above for information on each!
The latest dungeon DLC for The Elder Scrolls Online has been released for PC and Mac players. Players can now access two new group dungeons (March of Sacrifices and Moon Hunter Keep) relating to werewolves and the Daedric Prince Hircine. It is available for 1500 , or 4000 for the Wolfhunter Collector's Bundle.
Also released today is Update 19, which includes a new Battleground, new outfit styles, an update to the respec system, and numerous smaller bug fixes and improvements. For more information, see the full patch notes.
The DLC and update will be available to PS4 and Xbox One players on August 28th.
The Elder Scrolls: Legends Masters Series — June 30, 2018
Bethesda is starting a new tournament series for Legends called the Masters Series. Qualifiers start on June 30th, and will be held each weekend in July. The top sixteen players will be invited to compete at QuakeCon in August for a share of a $50,000 prize pool, with the first place player getting $20,000. For more details, see the Bethesda.net article.
The Elder Scrolls: Blades and The Elder Scrolls VI announced at #BE3 — June 11, 2018
During the Bethesda conference at E3, Todd Howard announced The Elder Scrolls: Blades, a free-to-play mobile-based first-person RPG which features procedurally generated dungeons, rebuilding a destroyed town, and PvP in an arena. Just before wrapping up the conference, a teaser trailer was presented for The Elder Scrolls VI, showing a mountainous landscape and a hilly coastline with a fort and distant settlement.
Matt Firor also confirmed the next two DLC game packs for ESO: a werewolf-themed dungeon pack named Wolfhunter, and the long-awaited Black Marsh zone of Murkmire. Additionally, the voice-based Skyrim Very Special Edition is surprisingly a real text adventure game and can be enabled as an Alexa Skill (but only in the US).
A full recap of the Bethesda presentation can be read on the UESP blog.
ESO Summerset Official Release — June 5, 2018
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