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Elder Scrolls Online PC, Mac Release Date Announced

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Posted December 16, 2013 by Kat in News
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The Elder Scrolls Online release date for the PC and Mac has been official set and announced, for April 4 of next year.  The long-in-development MMO adaptation of the popular Bethesda RPG franchise will then make its way to the Xbox One and Playstation 4 at an as-of-yet-unspecified date in June.  Sadly, there will be no cross-play available between platforms.

While rumors about an MMO in development swirled for years, the game was only outed in May of last year, in spite of developer Zenimax Online Studios having worked on it for some six or seven years now.  It was confirmed back in August at Gamescom that Elder Scrolls Online will not be following the increasingly common free-to-play model, but rather charge a monthly fee of $15.  The game itself, when purchased, will come with 30 days of free play, though the exact pricing of the game is not yet known.

Source: Joystiq

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