Elder Scrolls Online reaches PC and Mac in April, PS4 and One in June

Jamie Feltham
December 12, 2013

The Elder Scrolls Online, the MMO based on Bethesda’s massively popular RPG series, has had its release dates announced.

The online-only title is expected to hit PC and Mac at the same time next year, arriving on April 4th 2014. The next-generation console versions, announced all the way back at E3 this year, will hit in June. That’s on PS4 and One, just to be specific.

Oh and as if that wasn’t all enough for you – we have a new trailer too. Check that out above.

The Elder Scrolls Online was announced a while back. It’s Bethesda’s (the publisher, not developer) attempt to capture some of the World of Warcraft crowd. If it translates the incredible single player RPGs into a multiplayer world, it could be quite successful.

Source: Eurogamer

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