The Elder Scrolls® Online: Imperial Edition
The Elder Scrolls® Online: Imperial Edition includes:
- 30 days included game time
Digital Imperial Edition items:
Play as an Imperial
Become an Imperial and play in any Alliance. Gain unique bonuses, crafting styles, gear and more.
Imperial White Horse
Summon this exclusive Imperial mount and journey through Tamriel with increased speed.
Craft Imperial Gear
Ability to craft Imperial style when crafting gear.
Transform Into Imperial Gear
Transform any gear you own into Imperial styled gear.
Rings of Mara
Complete the Ritual of Mara with a friend and receive an experience bonus when you play together.
Mudcrab Vanity Pet
Explore Tamriel with this exclusive vanity pet scuttling along by your side.
Return to Tamriel in The Elder Scrolls Online, the latest chapter of the award-winning series, and bring the legendary experience online for the first time.
Explore the vast world with friends or embark upon an epic adventure alone — the choices you will make will shape your destiny.
THE ELDER SCROLLS. ONLINE.
Adventure in Tamriel with your friends and guild mates for the first time ever.
PLAY THE WAY YOU LIKE
Develop your own style with deep character customization and abilities.
MASSIVE PVP BATTLES
Fight for your alliance against enemy armies of hundreds across the battlefields of Cyrodiil.
Unravel the schemes of Molag Bal and protect the world from the dark forces of Oblivion.
EhhMadTucks | July 15, 2014 | See all MadTucks's reviews »
I supported the game, played the beta, pre-ordered the imperial edition, and all I can say is that the game is decent. It's your standard theme park mmo but with voice-acting. That's about it. You're better off playing World of Warcraft or just about any other mmo that has more features than this. If you're into the TES series, go ahead and play it, but I can assure you that you'll feel jipped of your money for spending so much money on this game. The game isn't bad, but it certainly doesn't do anything new or exciting.
MehPinkBunnyShadow | May 22, 2014 | See all PinkBunnyShadow's reviews »
This version is no different than the standard. It opens up the Imperial class, a horse and a few other perks. Nothing special other then that.
Maybe if it didn't have a subscription...Kevduit | May 17, 2014 | See all Kevduit's reviews »
Don't get me wrong, this game lives up to the hype, and plays just like any other good Elder Scrolls game would, but they actually did something to get kids (well at least the not spoiled brat kids) off this M rated game, to let the people that actually have a job make the money to pay for the subscription. Which gets me to my only problem, the game is MASSIVELY fun, exploration, looting, fighting, it has it all... including an annoying subscription that is a little too much. If you are willing to pay to play this game, I'm sure you'll have a fantastic experience, but overall, the subscription turned me away from it.
pretty badmirta000 | May 13, 2014 | See all mirta000's reviews »
Was there during the beta and still read the forums for this game. Worst to best:
Worst: problems that the game is facing. This game is losing its battle against bots, exploits were allowed to run for so long that economy is out of balance (players were able to duplicate money and items for weeks), the current bug that is rampant for a few weeks now is that people are getting charged from 2X to 4X for their subscription, are not receiving their subscription upon paying, have their subscription cancel for no reason and similar problems. I wouldn't recommend subscribing until this is fixed, unless of course you don't mind being overcharged.
Story and overall environment: This game is not Skyrim. The story is rushed and incoherent, the environment looks murky and bland, questing is grindy and slow, combat has target assist, most of the abilities have to be attached onto enemies trough tab targeting. If you're looking for that famous RPG experience you won't find it here.
PvP balance: there's overpowered combinations and those are not getting balanced. Expect to have to run werewolf or a vampire in pvp if you want to get anywhere.
music: the musical score in this game is quite good. I know a friend of mine that enjoys playing the game just for that reason.
It is actually really goodEntonwolf | April 22, 2014 | See all Entonwolf's reviews »
It is a great Elder Scrolls game and not worse than the other Elder Scrolls games like many say. I had much fun with it and it has very much time sink.
Good things are: -questing, very fun -pvp, like in daoc a very big pvp map -the class system, you can be everything you want to be and it makes a hell of a lot fun to make his own skill traits
Bad things: -server problems atm -bank loot wipes, but they said it will be refunded -item shop (only a mount for now but who knows how long?)
Tl;dr: if u love the Elder Scrolls, you will love this game too. It is a good MMO and doesnt try to copy something. I like it and think its worth its money.