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Bethesda’s mobile version of Elder Scrolls may launch on Switch next week

An upcoming version for the switch that you may have forgotten is The Elder Scrolls: blades from Bethesda. This free title, originally developed for Android and iOS devices, was announced last year on E3 for Nintendo’s hybrid platform and then postponed until early 2020. During the Mini Direct presentation in March it was confirmed again and published with “Spring”. According …

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The Elder Scrolls 6: release date, gameplay and what we know so far

The Elder Scrolls VI has long been requested by fans, and thanks to the announcement of E3 2018, we finally have confirmation that Bethesda intends to develop it further. Unfortunately, we are not sure when that will be. Todd Howard of Bethesda has indicated that the studio’s focus will be first on Starfield and then on Elder Scrolls VI. So …

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The Elder Scrolls: Total War Mod releases its major 2.0 update

After months of teasing and working, the modders have released their 2.0 update behind The Elder Scrolls: Total War for Medieval II: Kingdoms . It now includes the fourth era of the Elder Scrolls world, the backdrop to the Civil War in Skyrim, which defines The Elder Scrolls V. The update also adds the storm capes and dark elf Great …

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The Facebook error accesses the camera on the iPhone as the user scrolls through the news feed

The bug, discovered by Joshua Maddux, the owner of web design company 95Visual, seems to be exclusive to iOS and does not affect Android devices. Maddux went on Twitter to cover his discovery and posted a video showing that his camera was pointing forward and running in the background as he scrolled through Facebook. "I thought I accidentally opened the …

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Scientists hope to digitally unravel the Vesuv-charred scrolls, 10 billion times brighter than the Sun.

W. Brent Seales, head of the Digital Restoration Initiative at the University of Kentucky, told CNN that he and his research team had just returned from a trip to England, where they used a facility called Synchotron to take detailed pictures of the scrolls from the ancient Roman city of Herculaneum. This synchotron, the diamond light source, accelerates electrons to …

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Scientists hope to digitally unravel the Vesuv-charred scrolls, 10 billion times brighter than the Sun.

W. Brent Seales, head of the Digital Restoration Initiative at the University of Kentucky, told CNN that he and his research team had just returned from a trip to England, where they used a facility called Synchotron to take detailed pictures of the scrolls from the ancient Roman city of Herculaneum. This synchotron, the diamond light source, accelerates electrons to …

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Mysterious Scrolls related to Julius Caesar could be read for the first time

A pair of 2000-year-old Roman scrolls, believed to belong to the family of Julius Caesar, who were buried and charred during the Vesuvius eruption, were practically "unpacked" for the first time. The scrolls known as Herculaneum Scrolls are too fragile to be handled by hand. Therefore, the researchers had to use the X-ray in Diamond Light Source and a software …

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