ZeniMax gives endgame updates to The Elder Scrolls Online and their Oculus lawsuit

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ZeniMax Online has announced that the adventure zone, Craglorn, will be added to The Elder Scrolls Online tomorrow. Craglorn is skewed towards groups of veteran player characters and adds much-needed end-game content to the MMO. ZeniMax Online had expressed a desire to add content to the game on a four to six week schedule. Craglorn’s release tomorrow would arrive at the end of six weeks from the game’s launch.

In related news, parent company ZeniMax Media has filed their formal lawsuit against Oculus in a Texas court. Earlier, ZeniMax had claimed that former id Software founder John Carmack had given proprietary ZeniMax technology to Oculus while working with both companies. The filing (available as a public record) accuses Oculus of benefiting from ZeniMax’s intellectual property and parlaying that into a $2 billion Facebook buyout.