As expected after changes to the Elder Scrolls Online game over recent months, Bethesda has this week announced changes to the subscription packages for the game and also announced that it will be available to play on both PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles later this year.
The Elder Scrolls Online consoles release date is set for June 9th and will be available on both next-generation games console, with no game subscription fees required to play, thanks to the new Tamriel Unlimited package. Although you will require Xbox Live Gold or PlayStation Plus membership to play.
Bethesda also announced that the new Tamriel Unlimited subscription package will be arriving on both PC and Mac from Tuesday, March 17th and to celebrate the new announcements Bethesda has also released a new cinematic trailer.
Bethesda also Twitch streamed footage of the first console gameplay for the public to view for the first time which has been kindly capture and converted to a YouTube by the team over at Eurogamer, who explain :
“Console gameplay footage was shown during an Elder Scrolls Online livestream this afternoon. I’ve ripped out the relevant gameplay for a video embedded below. Please bear in mind it is recorded from the low quality Twitch stream and then blown up and encoded again, so it’s not indicative of final game graphic quality. It’s produced to give you an idea of the console game in action.”
Find out more about The Elder Scrolls Online and changes coming with Tamriel Unlimited and ESO Plus by visiting the official FAQ website here.
Source: EurogamerFiled Under: Gaming News, Playstation, Top News, Xbox