The Elder Scrolls Online has gone through some big changes in the years since its debut by moving from a subscription model to a free-to-play structure and more, while developer Bethesda Softworks is revealing “the next chapter” of its MMO tomorrow.
In an update on the official website for The Elder Scrolls Online, Bethesda has announced that the company will reveal what’s next for the MMO tomorrow, January 31st, at 11am PT/2pm ET on a livestream via Twitch, which the developer explains is something big” that viewers “won’t want to miss.”
The Elder Scrolls Online originally debuted in 2014 on PC and Mac, with console versions for PS4 and Xbox One arriving one year later. The title originally released with a monthly subscription structure for players, though in March 2015 Bethesda announced that the game would transfer instead to a free-to-play structure while implementing other fixes and changes based on player feedback since its release, with the new version of the game branded as The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited.
The Elder Scrolls Online is available now for PS4, Xbox One, PC, and Mac – check back tomorrow for the official announcements from Bethesda on what to expect next for the MMO.