Bethesda Announces Elder Scrolls: Online’s Upcoming Content to be Revealed in Vegas Event

Bethesda Announces Elder Scrolls: Online’s Upcoming Content to be Revealed in Vegas Event
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Bethesda has been hard at work on development for their MMORPG, The Elder Scrolls: Online. They just recently announced that they’ll be holding an event to reveal the upcoming ESO expansion.

This event will be on Thursday, January 16th, around midday (though no official time has been set yet). The release will be held in HyperX Esports Arena Las Vegas at the Luxor in Las Vegas, Nevada.

To join in on the event, hopefuls will need to RSVP ahead of time to make it to the exclusive announcement. RSVPs are extremely limited and those that want to go will need to go ahead and register immediately if they want to be there in person.

Included with the event will be meetups with the developers of ESO, as well as exclusive goodies. There’s more to be announced with it, but they’re keeping it under wraps while they still can at the moment.

If you can’t make it to this particular event, Bethesda is intending to have multiple gatherings like this throughout 2020. Keep an eye out and you might be able to RSVP to the next one before the registry fills up.

The announcement for the event doesn’t include a price and only prompts gamers to RSVP by registering. If you go to the HyperX Esports Arena Las Vegas website to buy tickets, the day is blocked out for a “private event,” which one would clearly assume to be Bethesda’s ESO announcement.

It currently stands unknown as to what this upcoming expansion will be, though the fan community has plenty of theories. Many have expectations to be journeying to Solstheim, or possibly even Hammerfell. Either way, there’s no good evidence to back any of these up.

If you haven’t had the chance to jump into ESO yet, now is as good a time as any. As the community ramps up for another expansion, the player base typically surges, providing more support for new players as they flood the servers. The base game is also free, so there’s no real excuse to avoid it unless MMORPGs just really aren’t your thing.

At the moment, ESO is one of the biggest names in the MMORPG world. World of Warcraft has managed to snag some of its formal glory back with WoW: Classic, but ESO remains a steady competitor. If you want to jump into the world of Elder Scrolls, you should go ahead and hop in so that you’re well prepared for whatever January brings us.