Even though we know what the Switch will look like, no one has gotten a chance to get a hands on impression yet. Well, no on except Bethesda's Todd Howard, who in a recent interview, spoke very highly of Nintendo's new console.
The Elder Scrolls Online players will finally be getting the Orsinium DLC for Xbox One and PlayStation 4. The DLC introduces the land of Orsinium, one of the largest zones to date in the Elder Scrolls Online world with over 20 hours of story content and quests.
Although there was no official confirmation that Elder Scrolls VI is being developed during Bethesda's E3 2016 presentation not all is doom and gloom. According to Todd Howard, the head of Bethesda Game Studios, a new installment in the Elder Scrolls series is indeed in the works. However, the downside to this revelation is the game's official release date is “very long way off."
Bethesda has released a new update for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition that helps improve performance in the game. The update is currently only live for PlayStation 4 and PC with the Xbox One release soon to follow. While the game has already been much improved since release, it is nice to see a few of the remaining problems get handled.
The Elder Scrolls Online is getting some DLC called The Imperial City, which focuses on the Imperial City, an important landmark in the Elder Scrolls series that has recently been overrun by monsters and forces of darkness. Recently, new info and screenshots for the Imperial City were revealed.
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