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The Elder Scrolls Online Game PC CD Key Download

Please Note: Monthly subscription fee and permanent internet connection required to play - this is the UK/EU version of the game

The epic role playing action of the Elder Scrolls is opening up its largest ever canvas in The Elder Scrolls Online.

This is a Massively Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Game coming to PC, and allowing gamers to explore the world of the legendary Elder Scrolls with others for the very first time.

Set a thousand years before the events of the Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, this is an entirely new chapter in the history of the Elder Scrolls, pitting three player factions against each other in open-world warfare.

It is a time of strife and unrest. Armies of revenants and dark spirits manifest in every corner of Tamriel. Winters grow colder and crops fail. Mystics are plagued by nightmares and portents of doom.

Four years ago, in 2E 578, an arcane explosion of energy in the Imperial City set off mystical aftershocks that swept across Nirn. Mages died or went mad. Supernatural abominations from the plane of Oblivion, the Daedra, appeared in greater numbers than ever before. The constellation of the Serpent grew so large that it dominated the night sky.

So began the grand scheme of Molag Bal, Daedric Prince of domination and enslavement. His Dark Anchors, vortexes of evil magic, weaken the barrier between worlds, threatening to merge Nirn and Oblivion into a single, nightmarish hellscape.

In the midst of this chaos, three alliances vie for control of the Imperial City and the White-Gold Tower. High Rock, Sentinel, and Orsinium stand as one, united under the rule of the High King in Wayrest, Valenwood and Elsweyr have forged an alliance with Summerset, and Black Marsh, Morrowind, and Skyrim have joined forces and formed their own uneasy pact.

The Daggerfall Covenant. The Aldmeri Dominion. The Ebonheart Pact.

Three armies will take up arms against the Empire, and against each other, to wrest control of the Imperial City and White-Gold Tower from the dark forces of Oblivion itself.

Where do your loyalties lie?

The Alliance War

The drums of war have reached a fever pitch, calling the warriors of Tamriel to the field of battle. The Daggerfall Covenant, the Ebonheart Pact, and the Aldmeri Dominion will take up arms and fight for control of Cyrodiil, the Imperial City, and the throne of Tamriel.

Featuring three-sided Player vs. Player (PvP) gameplay, The Elder Scrolls Online supports hundreds of players on screen at once in an open world fight for control of Cyrodiil. Seize, hold, and control the resources of massive strongholds. Utilize massive siege weapons to crumble fortress walls and smash through fortified gates. Conquer the Imperial City, and your alliance’s top player could even be crowned Emperor!

Get ready for the most intense online PvP experience ever created, with The Elder Scrolls Online.

Alliances
In The Elder Scrolls Online, players choose to become members of one of three alliances. Each alliance has a unique story and specific goals.

  • The Daggerfall Covenant is comprised of the two Provinces of northwest Tamriel: High Rock and Hammerfell, home to the Bretons and the Redguards. The Covenant has also offered the Orcs the opportunity to return to their ancient homeland of Orsinium in exchange for their support. Working together, the three races have formed a powerful alliance that aims to restore the Second Empire and bring peace and prosperity back to Tamriel.
  • The Ebonheart Pact is the most tenuous of alliances, consisting of former enemies turned allies in northern and eastern Tamriel. The Nords, Dark Elves, and Argonians of Skyrim, Morrowind, and Black Marsh fight to restore stability to the Empire and ensure their own autonomy.
  • The Aldmeri Dominion is composed of the three races of southern Tamriel: the Wood Elves of Valenwood, the Khajiit of Elsweyr and the leaders of the Pact, the High Elves of the Summerset Isles. The Aldmeri Dominion fights to stop the dangerous machinations of humankind, and restore the Elven dominance in Tamriel.


Massive, Epic Battles

The Elder Scrolls Online features the largest PvP battles seen in a major online RPG. The game supports hundreds of onscreen players in epic battles. Swords and axes collide, spells and powers illuminate the ground and sky, and fires rage on embattled stronghold walls. Will you survive these epic battles? Can your overwhelming force take the keep, or will you be forced to retreat?

The Elder Scrolls Online is built to accommodate hundreds of players onscreen at once.

Territory Gains

The three alliances do battle in the region of Cyrodiil, seeking to control the Imperial City and with it, the Ruby Throne of Tamriel. Each alliance must wrest control of strategic territories from the others, including massive fortresses, each with supporting farms, lumber mills, and other valuable resources.

Battles are concentrated around these resources and strongholds. Control of certain resources will extend the alliance’s influence in the region and help them take control of the Imperial City, and ultimately, control of the Ruby Throne itself.

Can you seize enough territory to control the Ruby Throne?


Control Elder Scrolls

Elder Scrolls are artifacts of immense power that aid an alliance in the ongoing battle to control Tamriel by conferring bonuses to every member of that alliance. Each alliance has a special stronghold in Cyrodiil where their Elder Scrolls are kept and protected – but enemy alliances can break in and take them if they are not guarded properly. Once access is gained and a Scroll taken, it must be taken back across Cyrodiil and placed in the alliance’s stronghold. Only then are the bonuses of the Scroll bestowed upon all the members of that alliance.

Capture an Elder Scroll, protect it, and return it to your alliance’s stronghold to wield its power and gain bonuses.


Siege Weapons

The battles for keeps and resources require more than the clash of steel. Alliances must use massive siege weapons to break down walls, smash open doors, and obliterate the armies of their opponents.

Everything from trebuchets and catapults to ballistae and battering rams are available for players to capture and use, allowing them to demolish the stone walls of keeps and collapse massive gates to gain entrance to heavily defended strongholds.


Become Emperor

In The Elder Scrolls Online, the highest-ranking player of an alliance is crowned Emperor when their alliance takes control of the Imperial City. You aren’t just fighting for your alliance; you’re fighting for the opportunity to be crowned Emperor, yourself.

Emperors gain special abilities that increase their prowess on the battlefield. They are true leaders of their alliance, and a force to be reckoned with.

An Emperor’s hold on power can be tenuous. Can your alliance protect all of the strongholds necessary to maintain your dominance? How long will your reign as Emperor last before an ambitious foe cuts you down?

Participation & Scaling

Player vs. Player (PvP) in The Elder Scrolls Online is fun, rewarding, and accessible for PvP veterans or new players with no PvP experience.

The collapse of the Second Empire has left a vacuum of power in the Imperial City, and three alliances battle for supremacy. Whoever controls the Ruby Throne will crown an Emperor, and their alliance will rule all of Tamriel.

The Elder Scrolls Online features a battle leveling system that temporarily increases a player’s combat effectiveness to compete against higher level players, ensuring that everyone enjoys the experience, from players who have never experienced PvP combat, to seasoned veterans demanding a deep, rewarding PvP experience. Players may join the PvP action as soon as they reach level 10, and jump right into the action without fear.

Whether you’re a veteran or a rookie, you’ll be able to fight as a valuable member of your alliance and perhaps even lay claim to the throne.

Leaderboards and Achievements
The Elder Scrolls Online features leaderboards and achievements. Keep track of your ranking and compare yourself, your alliance, and your guild to that of your friends and enemies.

Points and Gold
While fighting for an alliance in PvP, players earn points that can help them purchase siege weaponry and other bonuses to aid their allies in the heated pitch of battle.

Just jumping in for the first time? Don’t worry – you can still earn siege weapons and bonuses! If you have yet to play PvP and want to join, you can contribute immediately by using gold earned in Player vs. Environment (PvE) in lieu of points.

How To Redeem

Activation code emailed out, you will need an internet connection to download the game via the Elder Scrolls Online website, no disc will be sent out.

Please note: Code will be emailed during office hours Monday - Friday GMT

This item will be emailed to the address from which you order

PC minimum system requirements

  • Operating System: Windows XP 32-bit 
  • Processor: Dual Core 2.0GHz or equivalent processor
  • Memory: 2GB System RAM
  • Hard Disk Space: 60GB free HDD space
  • Video Card: DirectX 9.0 compliant video card with 512MB of RAM (NVIDIA® GeForce® 8800 / ATI Radeon™ 2600 or better) Sound: DirectX compatible sound card

Mac minimum system requirements

  • Operating System: Mac OS X 10.7.0 or later,
  • Processor: Intel® Core™ 2 Duo,
  • Video Card: Intel® HD Graphics 4000,
  • NVIDIA® GeForce® GT 330M or ATI Radeon™ HD 6490M or better
  • Memory: 4GB RAM
  • Storage: 60GB, Media: DVD-ROM
  • Resolution: 1024 X 768 minimum display resolution

Customer Reviews

If you're a fan of MMOs like World of Warcraft then you'll probably have a better opinion of this game than I do. However, if you're a fan of the other Elder Scrolls games than you'll probably be disappointed. The game isn't so much as an Elder Scrolls game with multiplayer as it is a generic MMO re-skin.
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by Emmanuel on October 7th 2014

If you're a fan of MMOs like World of Warcraft then you'll probably have a better opinion of this game than I do. However, if you're a fan of the other Elder Scrolls games than you'll probably be disappointed. The game isn't so much as an Elder Scrolls game with multiplayer as it is a generic MMO re-skin.

Dont know what to say about the eso online i feel like its a let down i played es skyrim and i loved that game i couldnt let fo of that game as for this i think its a let down because firstly of the monthly payment and felt like the trailer over hyped the game to much.
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by Sami on July 20th 2014

Dont know what to say about the eso online i feel like its a let down i played es skyrim and i loved that game i couldnt let fo of that game as for this i think its a let down because firstly of the monthly payment and felt like the trailer over hyped the game to much.

It worked perfectly with my Aussie account, and is so much fun. Rock on!
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by Chris on April 11th 2014

It worked perfectly with my Aussie account, and is so much fun. Rock on!

Played the Beta weekends and enjoyed it for the most part. The big downside to the game is the ability to interact with other people. I know this is doesn't make much sense in terms of an MMORPG but part of the unique gaming experience of Elder Scrolls was the unlimited nature we could explore at our own pace and break the game if we wished (killing guards, kings, mod etc). This has great graphics, and combat looks alright, but it really is the greatest online gaming experience that no one ever asked for.
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by Phil on March 31st 2014

Played the Beta weekends and enjoyed it for the most part. The big downside to the game is the ability to interact with other people. I know this is doesn't make much sense in terms of an MMORPG but part of the unique gaming experience of Elder Scrolls was the unlimited nature we could explore at our own pace and break the game if we wished (killing guards, kings, mod etc). This has great graphics, and combat looks alright, but it really is the greatest online gaming experience that no one ever asked for.

Having been in the last three BETA tests the last one as stated no more BETA tests before launch. The game graphics are great, game play however is similar to other MMORPG in that certain areas you are corralled toward enemies that can not be avoided. Going by the Beta tests there were broken missions and missions with out quest targets making it impossible to complete them. The last BETA test one could have expected that the areas that were chosen to be in the beta test would have all missions/quests available so one could judge on the soundness of the game in part. The fact missions and quests were unplayable leads me to wonder if the game will be playable or still have these bugs or issues on launch date. Being a beta test one has to accept that there will be bugs however one bug I encountered was that during a dungeon quest at level 15I had the horrid experience of being unable to hit a target with any weapon. Yet enemies could and did take hits against me and killed me causing Armour damage due to this bug. The fact that this was supposed to be the final Beta test leaves a lot to be desired as quests incompletable or not available just a few weeks out from launch date does not bode well for an otherwise promising game. The hype then given in the launcher program, and via email to buy the pre order copies I found distasteful due to the second worst experience doing a beta test on the stated final one. If they were serious about the experience to give potential customers from this PR driven Beta test they should have not had stuffed quests. Yet a clear message that issues may not be fixed causing a player to have to go back to earlier areas on launch date was the fact I saw level 20+ characters doing quests that I knew were bugged but came back to in the event they may have been patched in, no such luck. I will be waiting to see this unfold as I would love to get it this game but I want a game that works, well at least all quests in the early stages and any others fixed as time progresses, but at present I doubt it will be so.
1 3 5
by Graeme on March 20th 2014

Having been in the last three BETA tests the last one as stated no more BETA tests before launch. The game graphics are great, game play however is similar to other MMORPG in that certain areas you are corralled toward enemies that can not be avoided. Going by the Beta tests there were broken missions and missions with out quest targets making it impossible to complete them. The last BETA test one could have expected that the areas that were chosen to be in the beta test would have all missions/quests available so one could judge on the soundness of the game in part. The fact missions and quests were unplayable leads me to wonder if the game will be playable or still have these bugs or issues on launch date. Being a beta test one has to accept that there will be bugs however one bug I encountered was that during a dungeon quest at level 15I had the horrid experience of being unable to hit a target with any weapon. Yet enemies could and did take hits against me and killed me causing Armour damage due to this bug. The fact that this was supposed to be the final Beta test leaves a lot to be desired as quests incompletable or not available just a few weeks out from launch date does not bode well for an otherwise promising game. The hype then given in the launcher program, and via email to buy the pre order copies I found distasteful due to the second worst experience doing a beta test on the stated final one. If they were serious about the experience to give potential customers from this PR driven Beta test they should have not had stuffed quests. Yet a clear message that issues may not be fixed causing a player to have to go back to earlier areas on launch date was the fact I saw level 20+ characters doing quests that I knew were bugged but came back to in the event they may have been patched in, no such luck. I will be waiting to see this unfold as I would love to get it this game but I want a game that works, well at least all quests in the early stages and any others fixed as time progresses, but at present I doubt it will be so.

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