Bethesda announced yesterday that the first round of invites will begin to send out to fans for access into the “Elder Srolls Online” beta later this month. The “Elder Scrolls” based MMO will allow fans to continue their exploits of a Nord in “Skyrim,” a Dunmer in “Morrowind,” or see places never before seen in an “Elder Scrolls” title such as Elysewhere. Following the huge success of “The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim” it’s likely that many gamers are hoping to get into the coming beta for the “Elder Scrolls Online” in an attempt to continue their adventures in Tamriel.
Bethesda has revealed that the first few beta events for the “Elder Scrolls Online” will likely take place only during certain weekends. They will send the invitations in advance so players can make arrangements in order to have time to participate and to download the MMO client in advance. As time goes by, the beta will open up to cover more weekends during a month.
“Elder Scrolls Online” is currently under development by Zenimax Online. This makes the MMO the first game in the “Elder Scrolls” franchise to not be outright developed by Bethesda like all previous titles in the series, including “Skyrim.”