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The Elder Scrolls Online for Xbox One

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The Elder Scrolls Online for Xbox One

The Elder Scrolls Online for Xbox One is rated3.84 out of5 by25.
  • 2015-05-29T09:18CST
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Release date: 6/9/2015 

$59.99

Available to play online for the first time, the Elder Scrolls takes you to the far reaches of Skyrim, the mysterious lands of Morrowind, the sprawling metropolis of Daggerfall, and beyond.

Exclusive offer: Pre-order now and get a $10 Xbox gift card digital code within 10 days after the game's release.*
ESRB

Blood and Gore
Sexual Themes
Use of Alcohol
Violence
Online interactions not rated by the ESRB

 

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Available to play online for the first time, the Elder Scrolls takes you to the far reaches of Skyrim, the mysterious lands of Morrowind, the sprawling metropolis of Daggerfall, and beyond.

Exclusive offer: Pre-order now and get a $10 Xbox gift card digital code within 10 days after the game's release.*
ESRB

Blood and Gore
Sexual Themes
Use of Alcohol
Violence
Online interactions not rated by the ESRB

 

 

Overview

More to explore

Discover more of Tamriel than you've ever seen, from the frozen peaks of Skyrim to the murky depths of Black Marsh. It's a vast and growing world full of dungeons to investigate, beautiful vistas to admire, hidden Skyshards to collect, and much more.

A world in peril

A world in peril

As war spreads to every province in Tamriel, unlikely allies stand together on the battlefield. But a more sinister threat is growing—the Daedric Prince Molag Bal, God of Schemes, is hatching a plan to pull all of Tamriel into his Oblivion realm and enslave every mortal soul.

A fragile alliance

A fragile alliance

Forced to seek allies in the face of war and Daedric invasion, the people of Tamriel have united under three banners. But the bonds between them are tenuous at best, as these ancient enemies must put differences aside for the greater good. Who will you stand with?

Your hero, your rules

Your hero, your rules

Whatever your class—Dragonknight, Templar, Nightblade, or Sorcerer—you're free to pick up any weapon or armor and choose from an enormous selection of spells and abilities to customize your fighting style. Be the hero you've always envisioned.

Go do some crimes

Go do some crimes

If a life of crime is your thing, Tamriel is the perfect place for it. The citizens all have their own possessions and treasures, and they can be yours. Steal, murder, and get away with it—if you’re stealthy enough. But just be prepared to face the consequences if you're caught.

Ratings and reviews

Rated 5 out of5 by fromGreat Game, Great MMOI've been playing the PC version since launch and have enjoyed it both as an MMO and as another game in the Elder Scrolls RPG line. As a player you really have the option to play it solo, in small groups or as part of a larger guild. If you like story lines and meaningful quests, the game delivers. If you like realm-oriented PvP, the game delivers. The end-game content tends to be aimed at either group oriented dungeons or realm-oriented PvP, but that's not uncommon - and the content therein is good.I have played the Xbox One beta and enjoyed that apart from the PC version. Even after running through the quest lines on the PC, the way the Xbox One version feels when you're playing it is compelling enough to enjoy the quests in again in a new way.
Date published: 2015-05-21
Rated 1 out of5 by fromTrading Disc, Home Sharing, Obselete on XBox OnePlayed BETA and it was fun but the latest news suggests this one game of all the games on Xbox One will have another layer of DRM to prevent, trading, sharing or Home Sharing, will not be allowed.If this is true, this game is dead on arrival
Date published: 2015-05-14
Rated 5 out of5 by fromNo longer Pay to PlayNot sure anyone has been following the game, but you no longer are required to pay a monthly surcharge to play Elder scrolls online for the Xbox one. With that said, this game is going to be EPIC!!!
Date published: 2015-03-07
Rated 5 out of5 by fromFree to play online by March 17PC beta was fun sure am gonna buy can't wait for it
Date published: 2015-03-02
Rated 5 out of5 by fromF2P not monthlyContrary to many reviews here it has been announced this is free to play not the monthly fee. Add that this version comes with all DLC released and fully updated its a steal
Date published: 2015-02-25
Rated 5 out of5 by fromElder Scrolls Forever!Ummm... So I bet a lot of you guys haven't heard that the game is now free to play. Subscriptions are NOT required, but if you get one you get extra, better, in game content...
Date published: 2015-02-23
Rated 5 out of5 by fromMMO RPGFor all of you that are complaning about this game. You obviously are not true rpg fans. Ive only run across a couple pay to play rpg's like this that aren't worth the money. They finally brought one to the xbox so quit complaining. I haven't played this but i have no doubt it will be my favorite game after dnd heroes for the original xbox.
Date published: 2015-02-22
Rated 5 out of5 by fromAnother solid Elder Scrolls game...Played through PC Beta and have been playing since it came out on PC, it's an awesome game and if done right on Xbox one has the breadth of Skyrim (actually more) and just an incredibly intricate game (as always). I can't wait to get it for Xbox one and take advantage of the multiplayer benefits of Xbox Live...Also, recent news seems to indicate that Microsoft said this will be free-to-play...
Date published: 2015-01-28
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