Greetings IHC, gozar_the_destroyer here.
Now that the NDA has been lifted, I can stream some of the Beta Weekend for Elder Scrolls Online. My friend Ogre and I will be on tonight until some time in the early hours of the morning and on Sunday in the afternoon till 4 PM Pacific. We might also be on tomorrow afternoon, but will be changing the stream to a Pathfinder game (Ogre is running it) at 6 PM Pacific until late that night.
Remember that this is Beta and that things are likely to be changed by the time the game comes out. With this being a Beta test AND it is an Elder Scrolls game, there will be crashes and hilarious/weird errors.
Warning: audio commentary
might will be NSFW on the channel.
See you online.
Link to channel: http://www.twitch.tv/gozarthedestroyer
On April 4 of next year Elder Scrolls Online will be released for both PC and Mac. Say goodbye to your free time and social life. XboxOne and PS4 players will have to wait till June. I have been keeping up with the press releases and content on the web site and from what I have seen it looks like it will be more of a Skyrim multiplayer and less of a normal MMO. Take a look around yourself to get what I am talking about. I am just as sure that I am going to play this as I was when the last 4 Elder Scrolls games came out.
One of the main things that Bethesda wants to convey with Elder Scrolls Online is that you’re still a one-man badass wrecking crew, so with the upcoming MMO, they’ve said the main story is going to be a solo affair. So no grouping with other losers to squabble over loot— it’s still going to be you versus a dragon or whatnot.
When Elder Scrolls: Skyrim came out, many began wondering when or if Bethesda would actually come out with an Elder Scrolls MMO. Next year, friend. Today, Bethesda announced that Elder Scrolls Online would be coming out some time in 2013.