Bam. Leading candidate for 2014’s biggest MMO experience has just went live officially. If you’re in North America the launch is already well under away for about 4 hours now. If you want all the details on launch info, check out the official launch FAQ on The Elder Scrolls Online’s blog page. As a reminder, if you already have the beta client installed you don’t need to reinstall anything new. The client will just patch itself to the latest launch build.
If you’re still sitting on the sideline, check out the multtiude of live streams available on Twitch right now (well over 50 streams currently) for Elder Scrolls Online. Most of the big “professional” streamers have been streaming ESO for quite awhile now. While the game is now officially released, you can still technically receive the pre-order bonuses of The Elder Scrolls Online if you decide to jump in the fray.
Being a PC only MMO, we’ve dug up some of the recent best deal as of April 3rd on ESO:
- Best price on The Elder Scrolls Online Digital Imperial Edition is $64
- Best price on The Elder Scrolls Online Standard Edition is $48
Use coupon 8KM88H-PPN6L5-SJ9GRU for both of the deals above.
Until tomorrow April 4th at around 11AM ET, you’ll still be able to snag these pre-order bonuses:
- Explorer Pack – ability to pick any race in any alliance
- Vanity scuttler pet
- Treasure maps for extra loots
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