[E3 2013] Bethesda’s The Elder Scrolls Online was already confirmed to be made available on both PC and Mac, but the game’s developer has confirmed it will also be made available on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
The Elder Scrolls Online is currently going through its closed beta on PC and Mac, but during Sony’s E3 presentation held last night, they confirmed it would be making its way to the PlayStation 4. As for the Xbox One, Bethesda announced it will also be available on that platform via press release. The PlayStation 4 will be the first console to make the beta to The Elder Scrolls Online available, although at this time, it’s unknown whether or not the Xbox One will also receive its own beta.
The PC and Mac version of The Elder Scrolls was expected to be released on PC and Mac this fall, but the inclusion of the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions have delayed all versions of the game to spring 2014.
In addition to today’s news, Bethesda has also released a new gameplay trailer for The Elder Scrolls Online, which you can view for yourself above.RELATED
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