A series of DLC listings have been added to the Epic Games Store from Bethesda Softworks, leading many to wonder if Elder Scrolls Online is coming to the platform.
As spotted by longtime data miner/leaker @imFireMonkey on Twitter, the seller ID is listed as Bethesda Softworks LLC.
Elder Scrolls Online Coming To Epic Games Store?
Check out the TV below:
18 different DLCs got added ~2 weeks ago under the seller id "Bethesda Softworks LLC" to the Epic Games Store database. pic.twitter.com/t4qfLT9UWO
— 🎄Santa Ricky🎄 (@imFireMonkey)
Why ESO? Well, because of the sheer volume of content that the MMO's DLCs involve.
Here's a quick rundown:
- Imperial City
- Thieves Guild
- Dark Brotherhood
- Shadows of the Hist
- Horns of the Reach
- Clockwork City
- Dragon Bones
Then there are content updates such as One Tamriel and Homestead, added as part of version numbers.
That's a hefty chunk of DLC, and while it doesn't exactly add up to 18, it's almost certainly more than any other Bethesda title.
The game launched all the way back in 2014 on PC and Mac, before coming to PS4, Xbox One, and Stadia in the years following. Recently, Bethesda confirmed that the game will be coming to Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5. You can find out more here.