May 8, 2014 by Samantha Lienhard - Leave a comment
If you’ve been looking forward to playing The Elder Scrolls Online on your PS4 or Xbox One, you’ll have to wait a little longer than we expected.
The Elder Scrolls Online released on April 4 for PC and Mac, and it was expected to hit consoles in June. However, Bethesda confirmed to Joystiq the rumors of its delay. It will take “about six months” before the console versions are ready.
This is disappointing news, but we’d rather see a game delayed than rushed out before it’s ready. With a 6-month delay, we can anticipate The Elder Scrolls Online to reach consoles around December. The good news is that if you get the game on PC or Mac before the end of June, you can get a digital copy for PS4/Xbox One for only $20, along with 30 extra days for that digital copy.Tags: delay, elder scrolls online, ps4, xbox one