Elder Scrolls Online beta code giveaway

By Alan Ng - Feb 25, 2014

If you were previously uninterested in Elder Scrolls Online, now is the time to increase your interest in the game. The Elder Scrolls Online beta is about to start and we have several ways in which you can obtain an Elder Scrolls Online beta key on PC.

We also have one key to giveaway to a lucky user as well, although we have a feeling that most of you will have already obtained your beta key. This time around it appears to be much easier to get into the Elder Scrolls Online beta, than compared to say Titanfall which was initially very restricted.

We can tell you that the Elder Scrolls Online beta start time will be Friday February 28 at 5pm GMT, running until the Elder Scrolls Online beta end time on Monday March 3rd at 4.59am GMT.

The beta will be available on PC and once you get your code, you’ll need to sign-up for an ESO account here if you haven’t already, then follow the details to download the beta client.

For a big chance on entering the beta, you may want to visit Eurogamer and VG247. All you need to do is leave them your email address and you have a chance of winning a code.

Alternatively though, we have one code to give away to one user. If you want to win it, leave a comment below and tell us your expectations of the game, compared to Skyrim.

Are you willing to pay a monthly fee for this game or not?

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Also See: ESO server maintenance with no ETA on March 16

  • D. Rand

    DEATH TO ALL ELVES! Remember elves are not your friend. Despite how tempting it is to be one. REMEMBER their Racism, remember they want to kill everybody. SO DO not support the elves! EP, and DC all the way!

  • Carl

    Expecting it to probably not be as good as Skyrim, likely have quite a few teething problems to start with, but am ready to be proven wrong.
    I would be willing to pay monthly for it, but only if it’s a quality game and not just another MMO destined to fail…

  • RPGamer

    I expect to actually get to play the game this time around. As soon as i came home with Skyrim my father confiscated it, citing i had epilepsy (i do not) and it would be too dangerous. Then he completely ruined any hope of a positive experience by giving it back to me over a year later…after forcing me to sit and watch him spam cheat codes for an entire 12 months. When you are submitted to playing in virtual God-Mode, its kinda hard to start from scratch as a punk knowing all the cool things you wont be able to do until you put in 100 hours. Cheating was easier but ultimately kept me from ever actually enjoying the game.

  • Christopher Dominic Chiocca

    I expect it to be so much better than Skyrim, especially considering you can interact with people online. I love the idea of it and depending on what it’s like, I might buy it, so the beta would be a good heads-up for me

  • Garfunkle

    I expect it to live up to the high standards everyone has set for it but i still think it will be glitch full like the other elder scrolls. I dont know if i would pay monthly for it, I would have to wait and see what the game is like and how good it is.

  • Saw

    Expecting it to be better than Skyrim, of course, and gladly willing to pay for it if it’s a game that makes me want to come back to it.