We so often find ourselves covering games that have not yet been brought over to North America, but it’s easy to forget in the bustle that there are plenty of games release in North America that haven’t yet seen a release on foreign shores. The Elder Scrolls Online has been out for some time here, but Japanese players are forced to simulate the experience by getting fairly recent scrolls together and pretending they’re old. But they won’t have to on June 23rd of next year, when the game officially launches.
You can check out a Japanese TV spot for the game just below if you’re curious about how the title is being sold in international markets. As with the US version, players can simply buy the game to play it, with an optional subscription fee offering a variety of bonuses.