In 2015, The Elder Scrolls Online took 20 years of best-selling, award-winning fantasy role-playing games online. Now, with The Elder Scrolls Online: Gold Edition, own the complete story plus four extensive DLC game packs. From Skyrim to Daggerfall, this will be the easiest way to explore all of Tamriel – travel to Abah’s Landing to master the art of thievery with the iconic Thieves Guild, become a deadly assassin of the Dark Brotherhood in the Gold Coast, or ride to Wrothgar and aid the Orc King Kurog in rebuilding Orsinium. Adventure through Tamriel alone, with friends or Guild members, or head to Cyrodiil to join thousands of players in an epic player vs player Alliance War. Master any weapon, craft epic armor sets, and customize your abilities to create a character that is truly yours. The choices are yours and the decisions you make will shape your destiny and the persistent world of The Elder Scrolls Online.
Awarded “Best MMO of 2015” by MMORPG.com and User Vote at MassivelyOP.com.
The Elder Scrolls Online: Gold Edition includes not only the base game, but also the first four DLC Game Packs with over 40 hours of additional story content, four brand new zones, new enemies, and tons of loot.
Working in conjunction with the community, the development team has continued to evolve and update The Elder Scrolls Online since launch with new content and features, including the soon-to-be-released One Tamriel.
Battle, craft, fish, steal, siege, or explore. The choice is yours to make in a persistent Elder Scrolls world. Use any weapon or armor at any time and customize your abilities to play the way you want as you uncover the mysteries of Tamriel and adventure on your own terms. Battle on your own, quests with friends, or join an army of thousands in epic player versus player battles.
With no game subscription required to play, purchase the Gold Edition for the complete ESO experience so far. PS4 and Xbox One players need an active PS+ or Xbox Live Gold subscription to play.
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I found that this game was just so much better to play as a team, which was the main reason i bought it, but sadly u cant travel in everywhere as a whole team, but that isn't such of a big deal as it doesn't occur often. The world is just massive to explore again, and since the new update u have even more ares to go. If u want to learn more about this game, just go ahead and get it ! I find buying it was worth the money, but I personally was hoping for it more to be playing skyrim with a mate.
I've been on the fence on buying ESO for a while, mostly because of its sub-par launch; but the team behind this game have been putting so much effort into making it a fun experience for all Elder Scrolls fans I just had to try it out. I can safely say that with the latest update, which removes faction restrictions (you can now play along with your friends even if they're in a different faction!) and have every quest available to you. This update also adds the ability to travel to any area you want in the game, since areas now auto-balance to your level. The Gold Edition comes with quality DLC like Orsinium and different guilds to join, effectively adding up to a ton of more content. If you are a fan of Elder Scrolls games you should totally jump in, since the monthly subscription fee was removed!
Its a nice game, you can do whatever you want, as if playing Skyrim. People come to ESO expecting to power level and get the best gear and then go PVE/PVP, thats WOW, if you like that, stick to WOW. ESO is perfect if you're sick of this nonsense competition and just want to play your game, has all stuff that you can do in Skyrim (alchemist, forge, steal people, get a bounty in your head, join dark brotherhood...) plus a lot of things to do in group (or solo, its YOUR game), huge forge system, instanced dungeons, world bosses, open PvP, 1v1 duels... And of course the market interaction, grinding, buying and selling items to other players is fun too, you can play with the economy (buy low sell high) and make big profits if you know what to do and when. Who wouldn't want to play a open PVP and get nominated Emperor of Cyrodiil? Plus, is rather player skill based than gear, you can outplay the other player because the combat is "action" and not fixed target, that plays a big role in positioning yourself right and time your (and enemy) actions...
This is a great value for the base game and all of its current DLC. However, it's worth noting this is NOT a traditional Elder Scrolls game. If you have been a longtime fan of Morrowind, Oblivion, and Skyrim, do not expect ESO to be the same experience. The UI and controls are similar to Skyrim, but that's where the similarities largely end. ESO is a beautiful MMO, albeit a mediocre one, that has okay questing and decent dungeons. Where this game really shines is its RvR-style AvA system in Cyrodiil. Unfortunately, ZOS never really supported Cyrodiil so most of the PvPers left three months after launch. There are still a few campaigns left, but that was by far the best feature this game had going for it. Large open-world PvP where the top player in the winning faction could be crowned Emperor of Cyrodiil. Other than that, the game is now B2P so you don't have to be a subscriber if you don't want. You get a lot of content (you can't play as an Imperial without the Imperial edition upgrade) and this will definitely keep you busy for hours if you always wanted to explore the various provinces of Tamriel. I'd recommend it for casual fans but probably not those looking to become really invested into an MMO.
This is a great bundle for all the dlc at once. The base game was pretty fun but don't go into it expecting skyrim. It does play like a singleplayer game at times but it really shines in the multiplayer aspect where you can fight in these large scale battles over castles and more. The dlc altogether adds new lands, classes, This is a great bundle for all the dlc at once. The base game was pretty fun but don't go into it expecting skyrim. It does play like a singleplayer game at times but it really shines in the multiplayer aspect where you can fight in these large scale battles over castles and more. The dlc altogether adds new lands, classes, and more but it never really feels required. Elder Scrolls Online has got to be the most underrated mmo of the year! and more but it never really feels required. Elder Scrolls Online has got to be the most underrated mmo of the year!
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