ESO Is Having A Free Weekend

ESO, one of the most popular MMORPGs on the market is free to play for the next five days, so why not try it right now?

Image source: Zenimax Online Studios

An MMORPG with enthralling stories

Zenimax knows how to make a compelling MMORPG with an insanely gripping world full of interesting stories. That’s what ESO is. An Elder Scrolls MMORPG that is not lacking in story. No one thought they would be able to pull that off in a genre that’s usually full of hollow and meaningless stories and quests. The combat is also quite solid, the dungeons are fun, and PvP is alright. Nothing to marvel at.

But, exploring this world and finding all kinds of fascinating characters in it with their own stories to tell is the reason to play. There’s even a lot of player freedom when it comes to building your character. ESO is one of those perfectly solid MMORPGs. It doesn’t come with groundbreaking mechanics or anything like that. But, all the formulaic MMORPG mechanics it has are incredibly well polished and enjoyable. The game is having a free play period. So you get to play it for free for a couple of days, no questions asked.

Image source: Zenimax Online Studios

5 days to experience a vast ESO world

You have until November 13th to enjoy ESO, no fee required. The game is available on PC, Steam, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. Anyone that played during the last free play event can access the character from that period. Newly created accounts get 500 Crowns which can be spent in the in-game Crown Store. Four classes (Dragonknight, Nightblade, Sorcerer, and Templar) are available to you, alongside 23 unique zones, the main storyline, the Mages and Fighters Guild storylines, and the Morrowind Zone which is the shrouded home of the Dark Elves.

If you end up liking the game and buying it, you might want to buy its newest expansion, Elsweyr. It comes with dragons, necromancers, and a land full of Khajiit. Buy yourself a The Elder Scrolls: Elsweyr PC game key on HRK Game for a discounted price!

Leave A Reply

Your email address will not be published.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.