Bethesda has announced the launch of a new subscriber loyalty program for their Elder Scrolls Online game which provides gamers with a High Hrothgar Wraith pet and other rewards as a thank you for subscribing.
Starting next month subscribers of the Elder Scrolls Online game that are eligible for the new rewards will be emailed by Bethesda with news about the first of the new loyalty rewards.
To be eligible every paid account that has been subscribed for three months, that excludes game time included with your purchase of ESO. Will be rewarded with a High Hrothgar Wraith vanity pet to show your dedication to saving Tamriel, say the games developers. Bethesda explains :
“Since launch, we’ve loved sharing the adventure of ESO with you as you explore ever-growing Tamriel. There’s so much more on the horizon, but we think it’s important to give some special recognition to those of you who have already been there every step of the way.
Starting in September, we’ll begin emailing all eligible paid subscribers about the first of our loyalty rewards. Every paid account that has been subscribed for three months (excluding game time included with your purchase of ESOand any additional complimentary game time) will receive a High Hrothgar Wraith vanity pet that will let you show your dedication to saving Tamriel wherever you adventure in-game. The loyalty program will keep expanding over time, so keep an eye out for more tokens of our gratitude if you’re a longtime player. Our next reward will be granted for those who have subscribed for six months—we’ll reveal it to you soon.
If you haven’t kept your subscription active, don’t worry. You’ll still be able to get the pets and other upcoming rewards once you meet the requirements. Stick with us, and you’ll have quite the collection to show off before long.
Thank you all for spending your time with us in Tamriel!”
For more information on the new Elder Scrolls Online Loyalty Program jump over to the official Elder Scrolls website for details and to discuss the new features over on the ESO forums.
Source: BethesdaFiled Under: Gaming News, Top News