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The Elder Scrolls Online is Now Free of Subscription and it is Now Being Called The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited

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Elder Scrolls Online fans rejoice! The subscription for The Elder Scrolls Online has been removed and it is now being called The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited

Many Elder Scrolls fans will love this latest piece of news. According to a report from pcgamer, the subscription for The Elder Scrolls Online has been removed! You know what that means right? You only need to buy the game and that?s it! No more monthly bills, just one time payment is all you need to own this awesome game.

As said on that report, Bethesda has removed the subscription fee for The Elder Scrolls Online and it is now called The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited. This is truly wonderful news especially to all the players who wants to play the game but don?t want the monthly bills that comes with it.

There?s still a subscription in this game but it is now completely different than what it used to be

Kotaku reports that, instead of a monthly bill, the Developers of the game will instead charge the players if they want a premium service.

As stated in PlayStation Blog, the perks of having a premium membership (or ESO Plus as Bethesda calls it) are as follows:

  • Optional premium package
  • Free and complete access to all of The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited DLCs game packs like exclusive dungeons, etc.
  • Bonuses to EXP, Gold and Crafting
  • Monthly allotment of Crowns (can be used to purchase items in the Crown Store. Can be exchanged for different kinds of cosmetics and convenience items.)

Don?t fret though, to those of you who don?t like monthly subscription. You can still get a few of these features by buying it?the DLCs. Along with those purchasable DLCs, there are also free patches that implement fixes and other improvements to the game.

The Elder Scrolls Online was released last year, April 4, 2014 for the PC and OS X platform and as for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One platform, it was stated on their wiki page that the release date was moved from June 2014 to this year, June 9, 2015.

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