The Elder Scrolls Online Next Week: Early Access Details

A new Early Access and Launch FAQ outlines the process of opening The Elder Scrolls Online to the public, beginning with a five-day early access period that kicks off at 7:00 am EDT on Sunday, followed by three-days of early access beginning on April 1st, and the game's launch for all on April 3rd at 7:00 pm EDT, though they warn these times are subject to change. Bethesda also details how to gain access by pre-ordering the MMORPG, warns beta users that there will be wipe before things go live, and explains the workings of various other elements like preorder bonuses, server choices, subscription plans, payment options, upgrade options, and more.
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Bard wrote on Mar 26, 2014, 19:06:
and not looking to pay additional monthly fees to play something inferior.

The monthly sub is a hard sell, I agree. I do intend to give them a month to see how they handle the game after release and work from there. I paid $60 for a digital Imperial edition...that's nothing if I get a month's worth of content out of it, and I know I will (50+ and 50++ will keep me busy). I paid $90 in all for GW2 and got 3 months out of it and was very satisfied, and three months of this would be $90...so I have no problem with that. Long-term subbing is a different story.

Then again, it's pretty common for people in WoW to up-and-down sub based on new content...I don't see a problem with that.
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