We reported earlier this year the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 version of The Elder Scrolls Online will be released in spring 2014, but it looks like Bethesda Softworks has decided to switch things up as not only have they announced when the PC and Mac versions of the game will be released, but have also delayed the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 versions.
Windows PC and Mac gamers who plan on adventuring through the world of The Elder Scrolls Online can proceed to do so starting April 4, 2014. Console players, on the other hand, won’t get their hands on the game this spring as Bethesda previously indicated. The Xbox One and PlayStation 4 version of The Elder Scrolls Online is expected to be released in June 2014.
In addition to exciting PC and Mac gamers and breaking the hearts of console gamers with today’s news, Bethesda released a brand-new trailer for The Elder Scrolls Online. The trailer, called “War in Cyrodiil,” takes a look at the title’s massive PvP system, which will allow for hundreds of players to fight together, as well as against one another, in order to claim the Ruby Throne.
The Elder Scrolls Online will retail for $59.99 on each platform it supports and will require customers to pay an additional $14.99 monthly subscription to continue enjoying the game after their first month.
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