Bethesda has decided to push The Elder Scrolls Online out of 2013 where it was originally due to launch on PC and Mac. Instead it will now launch alongside the newly announced Xbox One and PS4 versions.
That means TESO is now coming Spring 2014. Fans have been clamouring for it on Xbox One and PS4, say Bethesda, which is unsurprising given its console following since Oblivion.
A new gameplay trailer has been released from the bowels of E3, and it shows some nice looking battles, before it earns the ire of PC and Mac gamers with a delaying backstab.
"We are thrilled to bring this game to consoles, in addition to the PC and Mac. It's something our fans have been requesting since we first announced the title, and something our team is excited to offer. Everyone will be able to play The Elder Scrolls Online the way they want to play," said game director Matt Firor.
E3 2013: The Elder Scrolls Online delays into 2014, will launch alongside consoles
11 June 2013 | By Simon Priest