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More information on what Elder Scrolls Online has planned for Veteran level PvE content is coming out, and today Zenimax Online Studios released a new trailer for Trials, as well as a new post over on the official site.

The video showcases some of the gorgeous zones Trials will take place in, as well some of the awesome looking bosses players will encounter and have to defeat.

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Players will need to coordinate in groups of 12 to take on these encounters, and will have a limited number of times members of the party can be resurrected before they fail the trial. There are extra bonuses for teams with the fastest times in their runs, but there is no clock, so groups that simply want to take their time and experience the content can do so.

There are no lockouts on Trials, so players can go in and out of them as often as they wish, but there will be a once a week timer for receiving special epic set piece loot off of the final boss in each Trial.

Also coming with the Craglorn update will be death recaps which will show the last few sources of damage your character took before dying. The death recaps will show up throughout the game anytime you die after the Craglorn update goes live.

news main elder scrolls online mmorpg     Elder Scrolls Online Details Veteran Level PvE Content

Each Trial will be part of an Adventure Zone, and individual Trials should take an experienced group 1-2 hours to complete.

news main elder scrolls online mmorpg     Elder Scrolls Online Details Veteran Level PvE Content

The Saudi Arabian government has banned Square Enix’s 3DS game Bravely Default according to a Destructoid blog by “Lord Spencer.  The blogger, who lives in Saudi Arabia states that the government has banned the game for promoting sexual behavior in children and pedophilia.

The game reportedly received the ban after the release of a newspaper editorial in which the writer stated that the had been buying some “Nintendo children games” for his kids and was surprised by the “gross sexuality of children” on the game’s cover. To further research the game, the writer is said to have turned to YouTube, after which he concluded that the game is a training tool for pedophilia and promotes children acting and dressing “more sexually.”

If this ban is official, Bravely Default will be the first game to be banned by the government for promoting “pedophilia.”