The Elder Scrolls Online has been confirmed on Ps4 and Xbox One: the game was originally announced only for a Pc and Max release by Bethesda a few months ago. Together with announcing the next-gen console versions of the game, Bethesda has also revealed that players can now start signing up for the Beta testing phase for all versions: you can head over here to sign up. An exclusive beta will be made available exclusively on Playstation 4 before all other platforms.
The Elder Scrolls Online is an upcoming MMORPG developed by ZeniMax Online Studios. The game is part of The Elder Scrolls franchise and the first multiplayer title of the series.
The Elder Scrolls Online, just like the other games of the series, will be set in the continent of Tamriel and feature a storyline indirectly connected with the other games. The Elder Scrolls Online will take place 1000 years before Skyrim and around 800 years before Morrowind and Oblivion: the Deadric Prince Molag Bal will be the main antagonist of the story as he tries to conquer the continent of Tamriel.
Players will be able to explore most of the continent of Tamriel: some of the regions will be unavailable when the game releases since they’ll be unlocked with upcoming expansions. Players will also be able to join one of the three factions warring for the throne: the Aldmeri Dominion, the Daggerfall Covenant and the Ebonheart Pact.
The Elder Scrolls Online will be released on Pc, Mac, Ps4 and Xbox One on a yet to be revealed date.