Posted Fri Apr 4, 2014 at 09:07 AM PDT by Brian Hoss
The walls have been breached.
'The Elder Scrolls Online' launches today on the PC, and Zenimax hopes that fans of the series and fans of MMOs wil converge in a glutton of role-playing. PS4 and Xbox One players, on the other hand, still have another two months at least to wait.
From Matt Firor, Game Director,
"I am incredibly proud of the team that has been working hard to bring Tamriel to life online and am extremely grateful for everyone in the ever-growing ESO community. Making a AAA online RPG with the scope and scale of The Elder Scrolls Online is a daunting development effort, and we couldn’t have done it without our talented team and the most supportive fans in the world. Thanks for helping us reach this day."
"Development doesn’t stop here. Soon we’ll be unveiling Craglorn, our first Veteran-level, end-game zone tailored for small and large groups which offers lots more hours of gameplay and new areas to explore– and we’ll continue to add new systems and exciting content regularly. And of course, we are still hard-at-work on the PS4 and Xbox One versions of the game as well."
Naturally, as Zenimax feels this is an epic event, they have released a new cinematic to help mark the launch and to intrigue new would-be players.
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