It's been long rumoured thatwill admit defeat and unveil that The Elder Scrolls Online just isn't working as a monthly subscription MMO and will instead be relaunched free-to-play. More evidence begins to mount.
According to sources, Australia'sis to no longer stock physical copies of The Elder Scrolls Online, which makes sense as its packaging would be inaccurate and therefore illegal.
6-month chunks of game-time have already been withdrawn from sale by ZeniMax, although they claim this is merely due to such low demand and not a move toward free-to-play. However the struggling popularity of TESO is likely to have lit a fire under bigwigs at the studio.
Boxed copies and pre-paid subscription cards are said to soon be extinct at Australia's EB Games chain, with removal of the physical stock next week, January 13th. EB Games did claim this was part of a, but it seems while other titles on the list will be back on the shelves, The Elder Scrolls Online won't, reports .