This week Bethesda has made changes to the player subscription services linked to its Elder Scrolls Online game, removing the six-month subscription package all together without any notification to players.
Currently only 30 or 90 day subscription options now exist for the Elder Scrolls Online game causing rumours to explode throughout the ESO community that Bethesda may be introducing a free-to-play service for the game.
The removal of the six-month subscription plan could indicate that Bethesda will be rolling out the new free-to-play service within the next few months. For more information on the changes to the ESO subscription packages jump over to the official website via the link below and the games forums where rumours are that the new free-to-play subscription will be rolling out shortly.
The Elder Scrolls Online is a massively multiplayer online role-playing video game developed by ZeniMax Online Studios and originally released on April 4, 2014 encountering a number of issues during its launch and then with gold farming bots within the months after launch.
Elder Scrolls Online is available to play on PC and Mac OS X but the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions originally set to be released in June 2014 have been delayed and are now expected to launch sometime this year.