Adventure through Tamriel, free of charge for one weekend only. The Elder Scrolls Online is hosting a free weekend for PlayStation 4 and PC users.
Here's what to expect in the Free Weekend once you download the game and set up an account:
- You'll have access to the full The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited base game, not including DLC game pack areas
- Upon account creation, you'll get 500 crowns to spend in the Crown Store on fun costumes, unique pets, helpful scrolls, and more
- After the Free Play Weekend ends, you can continue right where you left off! Any characters you create, Crown Packs, or Crown Store items you purchase, as well as any progress you make during the Free Play Weekend will carry over when you purchase the game
You can start downloading Elder Scrolls Online on November 16th at 12:01AM. Be aware, though, you're going to be occupying a whopping 73GB of HDD space.
The free weekend ends on November 21th. Any progress you make will carry over if you decide to continue playing past the free weekend. There are even going to be discounts on Crown Packs and all versions of the game up until November 28th. If you're an Xbox One user, don't worry, a free weekend is coming soon to Xbox One. We will keep you posted.
A while back The Elder Scrolls Online unveiled their plans for their One Tamriel update that removed a lot of leveling and group restrictions for more open-ended gameplay.
The Elder Scrolls Online is also still having a contest to win a once in a lifetime vacation to locales that inspired by the game. You could end up going to one of these awesome places if you're lucky enough, all you have to do is sign up with your ESO account. Morocco seems like a fun trip.
- 1. ELSWEYR Package – Take an African Safari
- 2. SKYRIM Package – Visit the Snowcapped Swiss Alps
- 3. BLACK MARSH Package – Visit the Amazon and Machu Picchu
- 4. HAMMERFELL Package – Explore the Mystique of Morocco
- 5. SUMMERSET ISLES Package – Travel Down Under to Exotic New Zealand
Check out our Gamescom 2016 interview with Game Director Matt Firor to learn more about future updates coming to The Elder Scrolls Online.