Massive Steam RPG free to download and keep right now, no strings attached
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Arguably, the RPG genre can offer more immersion than any other, quite literally letting us live a fantasy life whether it be a magical and mythical world or exploring the stars and more.
For some, no one lets us live that fantasy life quite like Bethesda with properties such as Fallout, The Elder Scrolls or the upcoming Starfield. It’s a big reason why Bethesda has been around for nearly 40 years in one form or another.
Check out The Elder Scrolls Online trailer below!
Developed by ZeniMax Online Studios, when The Elder Scrolls Online first launched for PC in 2014, then the following year on consoles, it let players explore this popular universe like never before. Its world is constantly evolving with new content and possibly the best aspect of this game is that you can embark on epic adventures with friends.
If you’ve never had the pleasure of exploring Tamriel in The Elder Scrolls Online, now could be the perfect opportunity, because you can bag the game for free to keep forever with no strings attached. How good is that?
You can claim your free digital copy of The Elder Scrolls Online now via the Epic Games Store, saving you a modest £15.99 in the process.
“Experience an ever-expanding story across all of Tamriel in The Elder Scrolls Online, the award-winning online RPG. Explore a rich, living world with friends or embark upon a solo adventure,” reads the description of the game. “Enjoy complete control over how your character looks and plays, from the weapons you wield to the skills you learn – the choices you make will shape your destiny. Welcome to a world without limits.”
Just a heads up, if you want to take advantage of this 100% discount, you should act fast because it’s only available until Thursday, 27 July 2023. What’s more, by claiming this free game via the Epic Games Store, you’ll also be gifted with ‘The Sigil of the Alliance War Back Bling’ to be used in the free-to-play battle royale, Fortnite.
In related news, as a result of the recent court battle between Microsoft and the US market regulator, the FTC, a release date for The Elder Scrolls VI has surfaced and it may arrive sooner than expected.
The Elder Scrolls Online is available now for PC, PlayStation and Xbox.