Beta signups for The Elder Scrolls Online went live earlier this year with many of those who applied being lucky enough to take part in the upcoming MMO. Since then, we’ve seen gameplay footage of The Elder Scrolls Online leak, which has since been taken down. There may be no need for you to continue to hope and wish to be included in The Elder Scrolls Online beta as ZeniMax Online Studios has sent out additional invites earlier today.

Those who were lucky enough to receive an invite to The Elder Scrolls Online beta are instructed to create an account and begin to download the beta client when they are able to. If you don’t see an invite in your inbox, Zenimax asks you to check your spam filter, or the promotions tab if you happen to be a Gmail user. If you still didn’t receive an invite to The Elder Scrolls Online beta, then you’ll just have to continue to be patient as Zenimax says more invites will be sent out in the near future.

The Elder Scrolls Online is scheduled to have betas continue for some time as the game is expected to be released in 2014 on Windows PC, Mac, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

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