Players can explore and battle across the world of The Elder Scrolls Online without ever using magic, according to a recent post on the game's official website.
You could do that in any elder scrolls game and it is never that hard to do
You should've popped an "inb4" in front of that haha.
LMAO, man i never thought of dropping that in there
Exactly. I generally don't fool with magic....ever. Unless I have a mage character(rare). I wonder how well guilds are done, like the brotherhood..
Seriously they making it seem like it is new, I would rather hear "elder scrolls online can be played entirely without monthly fees"
But...$15 a month to play? Even Netflix costs only half that amount and we get access to millions of shows/movies. $15 A month is too much for ONE game. Unless Bethesda is offering the ability to play it's entire catalog of games for $15 a month (like Netflix, Napster, Sony's Music Unlimited, and other sub-based offers), then i'll have to decline their off offer. $4-$5 a month is more like it. And they better iron out the bugs because fallout and skyrim were notorious for bugs. Other than that, no thanks.
I was thinking the same thing I hate pay to play
But it's fine when other mmos have a subscription and if they go f2p or are launched like that they are horrible.....good job being a hypocrite.
...the person has to actually SAY/DO something opposing, to what they said/did themselves, in order for you to call them a hypocrite.
If the game's good&populated enough, PaytoPlay's worth it. Tho I hate mixed offers; like PaytoPlay&F2P together or worse; PaytoPlay + in game shop or way worse; all three together. Should be either PaytoPlay or F2P(with or without shop)
Why not shoot for the middle ground, B2P?
Bethesda isn't even making this game.
@zeal0us Yeah that's better but not many MMOs use it. I know only Guild Wars. PaytoPlay games needs to be B2P first tho :P
Yeah... but it can't be played without paying a monthly fee. So... Not interested!!!
magic is fun...the only thing I suck at is enchanting and alchemy
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