We may all be waiting impatiently for news of the series’ sixth full instalment, but in case you didn’t yet realise, there is a wonderful way to enjoy more of the Elder Scrolls’ imaginative world and deep RPG-ing experience on Xbox One right now. You may have to share your world with a bunch of other people running around the place, but then don’t we all?
For those not put off by the very notion of an MMORPG, the world of Tamriel in The Elder Scrolls Online is actually a hugely satisfying single-player experience too, with so many quests and adventures to be had that not only is it an OXM favourite, it is also hands-down one of the best RPGs out there – and it gets better with every passing year.
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