The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion Cheats for PS3

The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion on PS3
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Released in 2006, and developed by the famed Bethesda Softworks, The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion is the fourth installment of the Elder Scrolls franchise, which is a wildly popular action-fantasy series for PC, and for PlayStation and Xbox consoles. There was also a fifth-anniversary edition released in 2011. The game is famous for its free-form gameplay, and vast, open worlds, and has won three Game of the Year awards. 

Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion on the PlayStation 3 video game console does not have the same number of cheats as the PC version, but the PS3 version is supported by all of the hints and tips located in the Oblivion Cheats index as well. In addition, there is a new method of duplicating items in Oblivion on the PS3, the details are below.

Duplicating Items in Oblivion on PS3

In case you were wondering, yes, PS3 owners can dupe items in Oblivion just as easily as Xbox 360 owners can dupe after the update patch, and with the Shivering Isles expansion. Just follow these simple steps.

  1. Have two (or more) magic scrolls of the same type. The scrolls must not be stolen, if they are stolen, sell them and then buy them back.

  2. Click on the scroll twice.

  3. Drop the item you want to duplicate from your inventory. You must have more scrolls than the item you want to dupe.

  4. Exit the inventory screen and pick up your loot.

Special notes about this method:

  • Some weapons and armor cannot be duplicated.
  • The charge on magical items must be full in order for duplicating to work.
  • You must have at least two scrolls of the same type for this to work. To get lots of scrolls, simply have two different scrolls (two of each) and use them to dupe each other until you have tons of one.
  • The health of an item must be at 100% for duping to work, if it is not, have an NPC repair it.
  • Some items for whatever reason simply will not duplicate, some won't dupe on the first try, and others (such as arrows) almost never fail to dupe.