The Elder Scrolls Online developer Zenimax Online has issued a quick heads up on the game’s website that a new batch of Mac and PC beta invites have been sent out for the subscription-based MMORPG. Don’t forget to check your junk and spam folders if you’ve been waiting on an invitation. The beta is heavily cloaked by an NDA, but the game itself isn’t far off now – April 4 on Mac and PC, with PlayStation 4 and Xbox One to follow in June.
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Starting today through November 5, Xbox Live Gold players on Xbox One can try The Elder Scrolls Online for free.
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On top of The Elder Scrolls Online content revealed at E3, players will also get new dungeons and customization options in 2017.
As per an announcement last week, Elder Scrolls Online keys which were fraudulently obtained will be deactivated.