The PC fantasy massively multiplayer online game The Elder Scrolls Online will finally made its long awaited and promised Xbox One debut June 9. The game will also be available with no monthly subscription fees for the console version, and the PC version will also have the same business model starting March 17.
The game, based on the long running Elder Scrolls single player fantasy RPGs, made its PC debut in April 2014. Today's announcement also reveals that the game will get an extended title for its new version: The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited. Xbox One players will still have to have a paid Xbox Live Gold subscription to access the game.
While The Elder Scrolls Online is ditching its monthly subscription fee as a requirement, developer ZeniMax Online Studios will still offer optional ESO Plus subscriptions. They will give players access to exclusive in-game bonuses and all of its DLC game packs. It will also offer an allotment of free "crowns" which will be Elder Scrolls Online's new in-game currency.
Source: Elder Scrolls Online