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The Elder Scrolls Online Preview: Is It the Next World Of Warcraft? | Policymic

by Ashley Crocker

Arena, Daggerfall, Morrowind, Oblivion, Skyrim: To the video game community, these five titles represent one of the most popular, successful, game franchises of the past 20 years. To those who are not familiar with Bestheda's Elder Scrolls games, they comprise a fantasy action role-playing game series set in an open world, allowing player complete agency as they travel around the land of Tamriel completing quests, fighting a host of magical beasts, and becoming a hero. The series has garnered critical and economic success: The last three Elder Scrolls averaged 91.8/100 as a combined metacritic score and the past two games alone have sold more than 21 million units on the PC, Xbox, and Playstation platforms. (PC, PS3, The Elder Scrolls Online, Xbox 360)

tristanwerbe  +   505d ago
No cause it looks stupid
Saryk  +   504d ago
I doubt it, but it will be successful!

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