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One of the more interesting omissions from Elder Scrolls Online

One of the more interesting omissions from Elder Scrolls Online’s feature set is a lack of an in-game auction house, as the team preferred guild stores instead. But that hasn’t stopped the fans from filling in the gap and even the developers from pointing players to the workaround. ZeniMax tweeted a recommendation today that fans check out TESO Elite’s Marketplace…

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The Elder Scrolls Online’s launch in context

If you’ve been around the MMO industry long enough, you know that MMO launches rarely go smoothly for everyone. Some of them even crash and burn in such spectacular ways that veterans are still invoking their names a decade later. This week, I polled a few of the Massively staffers about the launch of the Elder Scrolls…

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The Elder Scrolls Online launches Craglorn teaser site

ZeniMax has just launched a sub-site for The Elder Scrolls Online featuring Craglorn, the adventure zone that will serve as host for the MMORPG’s first major content update. Aimed at veteran groups, the zone promises new quests and delves for four-person groups, a plotline revolving around “the mystery of the missing constellations,” 12-man trials and leaderboards, and new gear.…

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Elder Scrolls Online accidentally bans legitimate accounts

Mark this down in the “oops!” category: ZeniMax admitted that it got a little too zealous in its war against EULA breakers in Elder Scrolls Online by accidentally banning some players who had done no wrong. “As part of our continuing effort to combat gold spammers, botters and exploiters, we recently banned a number of accounts,” the studio posted. “After…