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I’ve just finished reading Red Seas Under Red Skies, so I’m super-stoked on pirates right now. Luckily, I stumbled across a new Skyrim mod that turns Bethesda’s nigh-immortal fantasy role-player into a surprisingly robust pirate game. You get a ship, a crew, open seas to sail, and all sorts of loot to pillage.
On March 17 the PC version of The Elder Scrolls Online ditches subscription fees and gains the subtitle “Tamriel Unlimited.” What are we getting for free, and what does the change mean for existing players?
The Elder Scrolls Online will get a little cheaper this year, with Bethesda removing the subscription fee in preparation for the console release on PS4 and Xbox One this June.
The Elder Scrolls Online recently did away with its six-month subscription option, a change that the MMO’s developer and publisher have had very little to say about publicly so far. In the absence of any solid justification about its removal, fans are guessing this mean it’s going free-to-play in the near future.
How do Skyrim’s townsfolk react to seeing a player walk around in suggestive body mods? They don’t. They just repeat the same lines they’d say normally, but that’s exactly what makes this video funny.
Dayshot: At least not in-game in Morrowind. Ogilac’s “Ashland” shows us what the Red Mountain and its surroundings might look like when the place isn’t covered in ash storms — it’s quite the visual treat. Shoot down those cliff racers and it’s perfect.