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We all really don’t know what to expect from The Elder Scrolls Online yet. It’s just so mysterious. I have a feeling though that The Elder Scrolls Online beta will answer a lot of questions for us. Bethesda’s latest move suggests the closed beta will begin soon, so perhaps we’ll have some idea of what to expect before E3 2013. See, The Elder Scrolls Online beta sign-ups have begun.

Thanks for not rushing away the second you read that you can now sign up for The Elder Scrolls Online beta. It warms my heart. Registration just opened on January 22, 2013 and getting yourself on the list is as easy as visiting The Elder Scrolls Online website. Right on the main page is a big button you can click to opt in to the beta.

Getting into the The Elder Scrolls Online beta isn’t all that difficult. You just have to fill out a fairly comprehensive survey of information. Bethesda wants to know who you are, where you live, if you are part of a guild and which one, if you’ve played any MMOs before, if you’ve played any recent Elder Scrolls games, how you like to play MMOs and your system profile for your Windows or Mac PC. If you don’t know how to get the system profile information, don’t worry as Bethesda offers step-by-step instructions. The survey even closes with a brief, optional essay where you can explain why you should be a beta tester. You don’t have to provide all the information, but the more you give, the better chance you have at being picked to participate.

Also, did you catch what I mentioned in that last paragraph? The Elder Scrolls Online beta is open to both Windows and Mac gamers. Nobody gets left out! Let’s celebrate with a new game trailer!

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  • John

    What do you mean Guild? I don’t get the term when I sign up it ask for Primary Guild what does that mean?

  • Jenni Lada

    I suppose it means if you’re part of one of the major guilds for an MMO like World of Warcraft or some such.

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