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New Elder Scrolls Board Game Betrayal of the Second Era Unveiled on Gamefound — September 21, 2022
Firesong and Updated 36 Now Available for Public Testing — September 19, 2022
Battlespire and Redguard Now Available Through PC Game Pass — August 18, 2022
Elder Scrolls Online Free to Play from August 16 - 29 — August 16, 2022
Elder Scrolls Online: Lost Depths Announced — July 11, 2022
Billy Kametz Passes Away, Aged 35 — June 9, 2022
Elder Scrolls Online: High Isle Releases on PC — June 6, 2022
Arena, Daggerfall, Battlespire, and Redguard Now On Steam — April 26, 2022
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Did You Know...
- ... that the First Era lasted 2920 years, the Second Era lasted 897 years, and the Third Era lasted only 433 years?
- ... that Skyrim is the first Elder Scrolls game in which the player's health regenerates on its own?
- ... that in Oblivion Mobile, the Champion of Cyrodiil used Azura's Star to obtain the blood of a Daedra?
- ... that Skyrim was inhabited by Aldmer and Falmer until they were driven out by Ysgramor and the Nords in the late Merethic Era?
- ... that most of Dawnstar's quest can be skipped at any time by simply taking a guess at who the traitor is?
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