For players who have been dreaming of playing Elder Scrolls Online, the time has come. That's because Bethesda has prepared a huge, nice treat for them all. The studio plans to make the game available for free, and it's something people have to hurry. Why? That's because it's a limited-time offer.
The developers at ZeniMax Online will be hosting a free trial run all week for Elder Scrolls Online, as reported by GamesRadar. It's scheduled to happen between today (April 11) all the way to April 18 - just one week basically. Players simply need to get access to the game via PlayStation Store, Xbox Store or Steam page.
The Elder Scrolls Online for free access will allow players to create account and log-in with no charge. If they decide to be part of this event, the studio will be giving them 500 Crowns (the in-game currency). They can use these to purchase stuff such as cosmetic items and loot boxes, among others. The progress they will make within this period can be carried over to the game's official version.
This free play all week is synonymous to full Tamriel Unlimited (base game) in Elder Scrolls Online. The game will also receive discounts until the end date, which is April 18 as stated above. GameSpot reports that it remains a mystery as to how much exactly the price is. However, for the Tamriel Unlimited, it is likely to be retailed at $30.
ZeniMax Online will also be offering the base game of Elder Scrolls Online along with all of its released DLCs for only $60. It's basically called the Gold Edition and already comes with contents such as Imperial City, Thieves Guild and Dark Brotherhood, to name a few. The good thing about this is that there's no subscription needed to play.
Elder Scrolls Online is slated for an upcoming expansion called Morrowind. It's scheduled for a release sometime in June. Last February, the game has already sold at least 8.5 million copies, which is a huge spurge considering its number (only 7 million) last June of 2016. This game is definitely among the most popular ones of today.