Elder Scrolls fans and MMO fanatics alike are prepared for the console release of The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited which is set to release next week. Pre-loading is now available for Xbox One and PlayStation 4.
Bethesda has outlined what fans need to get started to pre-load the game on their forums. The pre-load is strictly for those who have pre-ordered the game digitally. The game file is 40gigs on both Xbox One and PlayStation 4. Fans will also be able to pre-load patches 1.01-1.03 which total to around 15 Gigs of patches. So altogether you will need around 55 Gigs so far to enjoy the game at launch.
Those who have the game pre-ordered in-store will be unable to pre-load. Also, if you are looking for your PC to console copy, those codes should arrive via email by June 8th. The Elder Scrolls Online no longer has any subscription tied to it when it releases on consoles, so fans have full range to explore at their leisure and create a character of their own and explore Tamriel in either first-person or third-person.
The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited is set for release on Xbox One and PlayStation 4, June 9th.