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By 8 May 2015 | Categories: news

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Console owners hungry for a taste of the world of the Elder Scrolls Online know that there is about a month left until Tamriel Unlimited arrives on 9 June. While PC (and even Mac) players have been able to frolic in the world of Elder Scrolls Online for a while now, consoles were left in the dark, but luckily this is set to change.

In anticipation for the launch, Bethesda has started a new video series: "This is The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited!", with the first video Freedom and Choice in Tamriel popping up on YouTube. It explores your ability to forge your own path online, choosing between your race, alliance, class, play style, and ability specialisations.

The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited includes all the gameplay from the original PC/Mac game, plus all the updates and content additions. Console players will be able to make a one-time purchase of the game and play without restrictions, since there is no game subscription fees.

Bethesda noted that the game will be supported with optional downloadable content available for purchase and an in-game Crown Store for convenience and customisation items. On offer is also ESO Plus to players who wish to pay a single monthly charge for a premium membership service, providing in-game bonuses, a monthly allotment of crowns to use in the store and access to all DLC game packs while a member.

Check the trailer below for your first step into Tamriel Unlimited. 

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