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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 01:29pm 26/02/14 | 0 Comments
This weekend Bethesda is opening up beta access to The Elder Scrolls Online and has given AusGamers 500 keys to pass on to anyone keen to trounce around a persistent Tamriel and its surrounding areas.
The upcoming MMO will not feel like the everyday online game many are used to playing. Much like in Skyrim and other installments of the series, every place a player can see that player can visit and travel to. The game is being designed to look, feel and handle like previous Elder Scrolls games but with the added element of an MMO.

Because nearly all of Tamriel will be accessible in this game, the developers have spent hours researching each aspect of Elder Scrolls lore to make sure the game not only maintains continuity storywise but also in appearance.

Items such as weaponry and armor will not just be random throughout the world, but look as if it naturally belongs there. Dungeons will fit into their environments as well, with enemies and items fitting in naturally rather then something just placed or lost there.
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