The Elder Scrolls Online has already announced its Crown Crate content for November. The Witches Festival has been extended due to several issues, giving gamers extra time to enjoy the double EXP buff. \n \nThe Elder Scrolls Online is giving players another sweet treat by announcing their next Free Play event. \n \nTypically, players have to purchase, at a minimum, the base version of the game to play. After creating an account, the game is free-to-play forever, and character progress is never lost. \n \n \n \nThere are benefits to paying for a monthly subscription. Many gamers are encouraged to purchase an ESO account, which is a monthly subscription, to enjoy added bonuses like the Craft Bag and extra EXP. \n \nFor gamers who have never played Elder Scrolls Online, they can try out the game before buying. The event kicks off today, November 6. All players have to do is download the base game on any platform, from PC, Steam, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One with no purchase required. \n \nFrom the official news release: "With access to the ESO base game, you can begin your adventure by creating characters in four of the game's classes (Nightblade, Templar, Dragonknight, and Sorcerer), exploring 23 unique zones, and taking on the game's main questline, Mages and Fighters Guild storylines, and much more. How you play is completely up to you—it's your story!" \n \nThose who have played during a previous Free Play event can continue business as usual. All new ESO accounts will receive a 500 crown bonus to spend in the in-game Crown Store. New players can create a new account from the Free Play page on the Elder Scrolls Online website. \n \nDuring the Free Play event, gamers will have access to the Morrowind zone and story. The Morrowind DLC was released in 2017. \n \nGamers who decide to purchase the full game after the Free Play event don't have to worry about losing their progress. All of their adventures will carry over. \n \nPlayers will still have access to the Witches Festival until November 11. New players can receive an extra XP boost to explore everything their class has to offer. \n \nThe Free Play Event ends on November 13 but is likely not the final Free Play event of the year. ESO often offers Free Play events throughout the year, so players who miss out now can try the game again next time.