Fans eagerly awaiting "The Elder Scrolls Online" have something to look forward to this month. Beta invites for the first public beta will be sent out by the end of the month.
According to the Bethesda Blog update, a number of selected players will be notified via email. Of course, only those that have signed up for the beta have a chance of getting in to it. Be sure to sign up for the beta here.
For those unfamiliar with beta testing, Zenimax Online has a handy FAQ to answer any questions. The gist of it is that players chosen to test the game will be notified and given a chance to download the beta client. In the case of "The Elder Scrolls Online," that's about 20 gigs.
Players will be told when the server is available for testing, usually on the weekends, and they can test at their discretion. This testing is usually done under a Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) that the player must agree to in order to play. This agreement basically means a tester cannot talk about the beta with anyone not involved with the beta test.
Check out the full list of FAQ, and sign up now.