As the “Elder Scrolls Online” beta continues, ZeniMax Online sent out more beta keys for the game, which will be released in three months.
The developer sent out the keys starting on Monday, and it is urging people to take a look at their e-mail inboxes.
“We’re greeting the new year with a round of beta invites. Check your registered email address to find out if you received one, and don’t forget to look in your spam folder just in case. Remember, if you use Gmail, our invites will be automatically filtered to the “promotions” tab,” the company said.
One can sign up for the beta on the massively multiplayer online role-playing game’s website.
The “Elder Scrolls Online” will launch April 4, 2014, on Windows, Mac, and for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in June 2014. It will cost about $14.99 per month and the game will cost $59.99.
Due to the game’s strict non-disclosure agreement, there hasn’t been much leaked about the game except for official company statements and blog postings.
“The beta is getting bigger as launch approaches, and we can’t wait to see everyone’s feedback. If you don’t receive your invite today, don’t worry—you’ll have more chances to explore Tamriel before launch. When we send out invites, we post here and on Facebook, Twitter, and Google+, so follow us on your favorite site to make sure you don’t miss an announcement,” the post added.
The announcement comes after reports said that players who take the Emperor’s throne will get specific, lifelong benefits.
“Players who become Emperor will get a full skill line that they keep throughout the rest of their lives in The Elder Scrolls Online,” director Paul Sage told OXM. “It won’t be easy to become Emperor, but we think people will be glad they worked for it.”