Elder Scrolls Online beta key sent sporadically

The Elder Scrolls Online beta test has proven so popular that ZeniMax has had to send out more invitations, which will no doubt go down very well with fans of the upcoming massively multiplayer online role-playing game.

The new beta keys for Elder Scrolls Online have been appearing in peoples in boxes today for those who received an invite from the developer before hand. They have now been asked to create an account and then download the client.

Those who were invited have been asked to keep an eye on their emails, but we are hearing from some of our readers that the Elder Scrolls Online beta key has been sent out sporadically because some are receiving them and some are not.

Some gamers have been complaining that they signed up earlier this year and have yet to get an invite. However, you need to remember that the beta keys are only being sent to those who registered interest in the US first, and so the invites seem as though they have yet to be rolled out in other countries, such as the UK.

If you have yet to check your emails and you live in the US, then we would advise you to do so. No doubt those of you who have the Elder Scrolls Online beta key will now wait until the weekend to give the game a go.

Don’t expect any gameplay videos on YouTube because no doubt there is a non-disclosure agreement in action for those with keys. We know that the game keeps getting better all the time, with the latest features offering improved customization, but other improvements would you like to see brought in?

Written by Peter Chubb

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