Whilst I was sleeping
Bethesda held their E3 conference. I did consider staying up to watch, or even waking up go watch and then go back to sleep. But if there is one thing I love more than The Elder Scrolls, it is my sleep. If I could gain the well rested bonus in real life, there would be no stopping me and my ambitions, whatever or wherever they may be now.
Did any of you guys manage to watch the conference? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below!
What exciting news did they have for us?
To start with, the rumours have been confirmed and there is an Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition, available to PC, Xbox One and PS4 players on October 28th 2016. Bonus to the PC players as if you have Skyrim and the Dawnguard, Hearthfire and Dragonborn DLC already, or the Legendary Edition, you can get this remaster for free.
As an Xbox One user, I will most certainly be getting this. I love the Elder Scroll series and I love the idea of using Mods! To have friendly Dragons so you can roam round the Nords homeland without them pesky critters trying to burn your butt off, yes please!
Who needs Deanarys Targarean when you are Dragonborn and can absorb their souls? Though you can then begin to wonder, Would The Mother of Dragons be able to tame them, alongside the Dragonborn? A force to be reckoned with for sure!
The Elder Scrolls Legends
This is a card based strategy game, which explores and expands on the Elder Scrolls universe and seems to be quite story based driven. If you have played a card based strategy game, what are your thoughts? Do you think this could help to expand and give continued interest into The Elder Scrolls World?
You can check out more from this link here.
So what does the future hold for The Elder Scrolls Online?
578 Million Mudcrabs killed. There have been many times when I have been fighting by the coast and all of a sudden, several of these guys swarm on me because I accidently hit one.
There will be a content barrier removal. Called One Tamriel, this will allow players once they have finished the tutorial, to explore the whole of The Elder Scrolls Online content with freedom. Alliances and areas will no longer have as much significance as they did, with low ranking players able to team up with the more veteran in any area. The only places where the Alliances will matter, are the PvP areas.
Remember, The Dark Brotherhood DLC arrives on the Xbox One and Ps4 consoles June 14th!