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[PS4, XB1, PC] The Elder Scrolls Online (Free to Play 1 April -13 April)

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PLAY FREE
APRIL 1 – APRIL 13 ( From 2 Apr 1:00am AEST)
Check out The Elder Scrolls Online and descend into the Dark Heart of Skyrim adventure! Starting April 1 at 10:00 AM EDT, you can play the ESO base game and check out the Greymoor Chapter Prologue FREE on all platforms through April 13.

Note: Steam’s Free Play Event will run from April 1 through April 6. Xbox Live Gold membership is required for Xbox One.

Buy The Elder Scrolls Online Standard Edition or The Elder Scrolls Online: Elsweyr on sale from April 1 until April 15. Check your preferred retailer for details. Finally, pre-purchase The Elder Scrolls Online: Greymoor Standard Edition or Digital Collector’s Edition for exclusive in-game rewards and immediate access to the base game AND Morrowind, Summerset, and Elsweyr Chapters.

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  • -1 vote

    Elder Scrolls has been free to play* for years now. It only had a monthly subscription at the very beginning.

    note: I said free to play, not buy.

    • -1 vote

      Thanks for the heads up. Instead of playing this, I guess Ill drive my free to drive ferrari down to my free to sail yacht and spend some quality time with my free to **** lady friends.

      Note: i didnt say free to buy

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        Actually both of those require fees and charges to use, so your analogy doesn't work.

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          Exactly. This guy seems to be saying that his insurance and registration costs on his Ferrari are free, lol. Not to mention the fuel.

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          If you want to nitpick, free to play also requires house, electricity, internet etc so isnt technically free either.

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            @Dungeon Master: You don't need a house to play a game on a laptop. I can sit in a park and play. You do need electricity, but that electricity need not cost money - ever hear of solar? As for the internet, that's a cost you most likely are already paying for for other things. You can also use free wi-fi provided at many locations, such as McDonalds, Starbucks, or Federation Square in Melbourne.

  • +1 vote

    I really liked this game but didn't want to commit to it. Really grinds my gears that there's no Oceanic servers. Granted the latency is waaaaaay better than it was on launch but it still puts you at a modest disadvantage in a lot of ways. That said, it's one of the few MMOs where I found the story/quests are almost interesting enough to play standalone.

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      I’ve been playing for half a year now and rarely group and never pvp. The quests are plentiful and I don’t subscribe.

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        To be honest, given the limited time I have to play games nowadays I'd probably still consider jumping back in. I did have a lot of fun with the quests. The more I think about, the more I think my issue with the latency is just a case of FOMO ;) "If I wanted to do it, I couldn't without a severe disadvantage" :P

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          For soloing I don't think latency is a big issue, gets a bit mad at some dolmens with 50+ players. Quite a few Aussies are playing each night.