Elder Scrolls Turning Into an MMO
The upcoming Game Informer Magazine has an interesting cover story – Bethesda is set to introduce The Elder Scrolls Online.
Wished by Elder Scrolls fans for years, Elder Scrolls is finally stepping into the MMO realm, as the game will put gamers in the land of Tamriel.
Game Informer says the game is being developed by Zenimax Online Studios and will feature an enormous world to explore, which is set a “millennium before the events of Skyrim”. The story sees Prince Molag Bal trying to bring the land of Tamriel into his realm.
“It will be extremely rewarding finally to unveil what we have been developing the last several years,” said game director Matt Firor to the magazine. “The entire team is committed to creating the best MMO ever made – and one that is worthy of The Elder Scrolls franchise.”
The June issue will give gamers a deep look into the solo quests and dungeons that the public will be able to enter, as well as PvP conflicts between the three player factions over Cyrodiil and the Emperor’s throne.
The Elder Scrolls Online is said to be scheduled for a 2013 release on PC and Mac.