The Elder Scrolls Online is now free, and including part of the latest Greymoor expansion
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The Elder Scrolls Online is now free, and including part of the latest Greymoor expansion

Lloyd Coombes
1 April 2020

Not tried The Elder Scrolls Online yet? Here's your chance, as Bethesda offers the game as a freebie.

Elder Scrolls Online continues to grow, and the latest Greymoor expansion is landing on May 18.

Bethesda has confirmed that players will be able to jump into the game, and early expansion content, for free – starting today.

Not only does that mean you can play the entire base game free until April 6 on PC and April 13 on PS4 and Xbox, but you'll be able to play through the prologue of the new expansion, too.

If you're worried about that diminishing the content in the full release, don't panic – the Dark Heart of Skyrim quest which makes up a big part of the DLC will run for an entire year upon release.

While PC (and Mac) players can only play until April 6, the game launches earlier on those platforms – on May 18 compared to PS4 and Xbox One which launch on June 2.

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