Bethesda today sent out a new wave of invitations to its ongoing beta period for The Elder Scrolls Online, the studio's upcoming subscription-based MMORPG. The last wave of invitations came about a month ago.
If you don't find an invitation in your inbox, be sure to look in your spam folder or in the "promotions" tab for Gmail users. And if you didn't get in as part of this latest round of invitations, no need to fret because Bethesda is planning to send out more invitations "soon."
You can still sign up for the Elder Scrolls Online beta test through the game's website. If you do get in, you'll have to sign a non-disclosure agreement (NDA) that forbids you from sharing information about the game with others.
The Elder Scrolls Online launches on April 4 for PC and Mac, before coming to Xbox One and PlayStation 4 in June. Sony recently confirmed that PS4 players will not need a PlayStation Plus subscription ($50/year) to play the game, while Xbox One players will need an Xbox Live Gold subscription ($60/year) to do so. This is in addition to the game's $15/month subscription fee.
Last month, Bethesda announced an impressive celebrity voice cast for The Elder Scrolls Online, featuring actors from major franchises like Monty Python, Harry Potter, and Spider-Man.