ZeniMax Online Studios are still aiming to release the console version of The Elder Scrolls Online this year

Lets be honest and admit that the highly anticipated The Elder Scrolls Online has fallen pretty flat when it came to living up to its namesake. The PC release has received lukewarm reviews and there have been numerous issues regarding bugs and exploits. To make matters worse, the console release of the game was delayed indefinitely with some folks even wondering if the game would actually be released on the consoles at all.

Fans of The Elder Scrolls should take heart as it seems ZeniMax are in no way jumping ship and are hard at work on bringing the game to console players. The   Creative director Paul Sage talked to IGN and said the goal was to see the game released this year.

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Bethesda defends the Elder Scrolls Online subscription fee

When Bethesda first announced an Elder Scrolls MMO for PC, Xbox One and PS4, they certainly got our attention. However they did turn off some gamers when they revealed the information that players would have to pay a monthly fee of $15 dollars a month on top of the original price for the game. Sure, some MMO’s are worth a subscription fee but it tends to only be the big ones like World of Warcraft who are able to make it worth your hard earned cash.

Nonetheless, Bethesda have stood by their decision saying that the monthly fees will allow regular additions of “significant” content. Whilst speaking to Gamestop, vice president of PR Pete Hines said: “We feel pretty strongly about the support we’re going to have for the game and what you’re going to get for those dollars,” he added: “We’re also very confident in our ability to support it with content.”

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