Bethesda Celebrates 25 Years of The Elder Scrolls

Elder Scrolls

Elder Scrolls

Bethesda is celebrating 25 years of their popular The Elder Scrolls franchise.

The first game in the RPG series was The Elder Scrolls: Arena, released on March 25, 1994.

Today, Bethesda has uploaded a 10 minute video allowing players to join the studio as they reminisce on some of the unforgettable moments, stories, and real-world relationships that the developers and the community have made in Tamriel.

There’s some celebrating going on in The Elder Scrolls Online, where the dragons have been unleashed and players can undertake the Elsweyr Prologue quest to journey to the Khajiit homeland.

There’s a Free Play Event going on right now in ESO as well. From now until Wednesday, April 3rd, The Elder Scrolls Online is available to play for free on all platforms.

Free players will also be able to checkout the Elsweyr Prologue Quest, since it is part of the base game. Free Play Event also allows free players to visit Morrowind and explore Tamriel and the island home of the Dark Elves.

You will need a PlayStation Plus or Xbox Live Gold membership if you’re checking it out on consoles.

And PC gamers, through this weekend, can journey back to the world of The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind for free by logging in or signing up for a account and redeeming the code: TES25TH-MORROWIND.

About Gary Smith (1103 Articles)
Gary is Owner and Editor-in-Chief of Vortainment. He's usually posting news and reviews, and doing all the back end stuff as well. He likes to play video games, watch movies, wrestling and college football (Roll Tide Roll).

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