The latest news and articles for The Elder Scrolls Online.
In case you missed it, which would be understandable given the excitement for the Morrowind expansion, here are 7 small things coming with Update 13 in a few days.
The first “expansion” for the Elder Scrolls Online has been announced and it is Morrowind. It’s due for release on June 6 2017.
Morrowind will be a full expansion, which means that you will need to purchase it before you can access the new content. It is not a DLC, so you won’t get access to it with an ESO Plus subscription.
Update 13, the patch which includes player housing, is now on the Public Test Server. This update is expected to come to the live servers in early February 2017.
This sneak peak of some changes in Update 13 is from this thread of the forums posted by Rich Lambert.
The New Life Festival promises entertaining quests that will take you all across Tamriel and offer plentiful rewards!
It’s now confirmed that the ESO player housing system, called Homestead, is coming in February 2016. The update will be on the PTS in January to test.
For all of the latest information on housing visit the Player Housing page.
One Tamriel (Update 12) is now live on all platforms after console server maintenance in the last few days.
The Witches Festival is upon us! From now until November 1, the Witchmother is offering all adventurers the opportunity to get their hands on the Witchmother’s Cauldron with a supernatural twist.
Update 12, the big free patch which includes One Tamriel, is now live for PC/Mac. Update 12 goes live for XBox and PS4 on October 18.
The size of the patch is roughly 2.4GB.
One Tamriel, coming in October, will change the way that character and gear progression works in the Elder Scrolls Online.