The Elder Scrolls Online coming to PC, PS4, Xbox One in Spring 2014

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First, the bad news… the release of The Elder Scrolls Online has been pushed back to Spring 2014. Now, the good news… The Elder Scrolls Online is now in development for the PS4 and Xbox One, in addition to the previously announced PC and Mac version. I realize that this is still “bad news” to many PC gamers, and for that, I’m sorry.

But the team at ZeniMax Online Studios sounds pretty excited about it:

“We are thrilled to bring this game to consoles, in addition to the PC and Mac,” said Matt Firor, Game Director of The Elder Scrolls Online. “It’s something our fans have been requesting since we first announced the title, and something our team is excited to offer. Everyone will be able to play The Elder Scrolls Online the way they want to play.”

If you’re interested in viewing The Elder Scrolls Online’s E3 2013 gameplay trailer, you can find it after the break.

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