The Elder Scrolls Online invites players to hop in and play for free through August 30

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As The Elder Scrolls Online is showing off its latest piece of DLC, it wants to entice you to start playing. Doesn’t it look like fun? Don’t you just want to give it a little try? Because you absolutely can try it during the free play event running through August 30th, offering everyone a chance to dive into the game and enjoy the title for free for the next week and change concurrent with the ongoing QuakeCon. No need to buy even a little bit.

Of course, you know full well that the designers will want you to buy something. After all, you can play the Blackwood prologue for free while you’re in there, and then you could just pick up the full DLC. New accounts even get 500 crowns to play around in the game’s cash shop. The whole thing has the feel of someone curling a finger at you and tempting you to just give it a little try, you might enjoy it… which seems fitting, given the most recent content. At least it’s thematically appropriate!

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Neurotic

ESO question

By coincidence, I just started playing it again two days ago after taking a years-long break. Like, last time I played was long before One Tamriel.

So I made a new character first, and at the end of the tutorial part I had to pick a portal to where I wanted to start properly. I wanted to go do the Morrowind stuff, but it was locked off. (I have no DLC, just the base game).

However, when I was actually in-game and running around, I had a waystone shrine in Seyda Neen that I could port to, which I did, and everything seemed to be fine. (Although I didn’t talk to the visible quest giver there).

So like, what is the situation with ESO and the various expansion lands, like Vardenfell and the Black Marsh, etc.? I’m just a bit confused by what I have access to and what I need to buy, in terms of content. Is it like LoTRO, where you have to buy the place you want to go to? Or…

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zoward

It would probably take me until then to download the client! The game is worth it though.

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Minimalistway

I was thinking about that, so i’m downloading, in hope to finish that before next month 😂