If you played Destiny, you may be familiar with Xur, the weekly Exotic item merchant. In Destiny 2, he’s back, and he now appears all over the map. This week, you can find Xur on Nessus, standing on Calus’s Barge.
The next Elder Scrolls Online Chapter is Greymoor, which takes players back to the familiar and frosty region of Skyrim, though it’s set nearly a millennium before the 2011 RPG game’s story. Players might be wondering if developer ZeniMax Online Studios might one day run out of places in Tamriel to explore, but the studio isn’t worried – in fact, TESO could one day explore Oblivion.
Super Bowl weekend is one of the biggest and busiest weekends in all of sports, and now Fortnite is coming along for the ride. To celebrate the NFL’s biggest game, Twitch is hosting a Twitch Rivals Fortnite tournament which will include some of the world’s most famous Fortnite streamers teaming up with NFL athletes live in Miami — the site of Super Bowl LIV.
The Elder Scrolls Online might be heading to Skyrim with Greymoor, its next Chapter, but you can still bring some Elsweyr to The Elder Scrolls V thanks to a mod that adds Khajiit Alfiq as NPCs and followers. You know, the Khajiit that look just like big, adorable house cats. With armour on.
Following CD Projekt Red’s announcement that Cyberpunk 2077 is delayed, the developer has now confirmed staff working on the upcoming RPG are required to do some crunch in its development.
Microsoft and its entire supply chain promises to be completely carbon negative by 2030 – when the tech company will be actively removing more carbon dioxide than it’s creating. It’s also set a lofty goal to remove more emissions from the atmosphere than it has created since the company’s founding in April, 1975.
The League of Legends devs will be working hard to bring players even more skins than they did in 2019, Riot has announced. In a new dev video looking ahead to skins and events in League of Legends season 10, the studio reveals it’s aiming to launch around 120 new Champion skins to the game.
Baldur’s Gate 3 developer Larian is teasing something about its upcoming RPG. A new video posted to the game’s Twitter page shows some development footage alongside the tagline, “Something’s brewing.”
Even as The Elder Scrolls 6 release date seems distressingly out of reach, its online sister game The Elder Scrolls Online is exploring more and more regions of Tamriel. Players will surely be wondering what the MMORPG’s future might be, and whether it’ll continue alongside the main series of Elder Scrolls RPG games. The answer, it seems, is yes.
ZeniMax Online Studios recently revealed the next Elder Scrolls Online Chapter will bring players to the familiarly frosty land of Skyrim. Now the TESO Chapter’s global reveal livestream has concluded, we know the MMORPG‘s next adventure will explore both familiar and unexplored locations in Skyrim – and see the fight against vampires and werewolves take centre stage.