Hold your tongues no longer. Over the weekend the NDA which had bound The Elder Scrolls Online beta testers was lifted by Zenimax and users have already started giving their impressions and sharing media they had prerecorded, like this long player video above.
The real action, however, will come during the next beta event, where users will be prepared to freely record, screencap, even livestream gameplay.
“There isn’t a beta event taking place now, but we’ll hold another soon–watch for invites. You’ll be free to capture and share footage and screenshots, stream your gameplay, and talk about the game wherever you’d like during that test (and in future tests),” reads a post on theelderscrollsonline.com.
There’s already a lively post-NDA discussion developing on our forums, and we’d like to hear more. Share your impressions in the comments and on the forums and during the next beta event let us see your screenshots, video and livestreams.
Sign up for the beta at https://www.elderscrollsonline.com/en/beta.
The Elder Scrolls Online releases to the PC and Mac on April 4, 2014 and to the Xbox One and PS4 in June of 2014.