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The Elder Scrolls Online makes his debut on April 4
By Paul Hulsebosch , Wednesday, December 11, 2013 17:09, comments: 18 , views: 1,734 • Feedback
Bethesda announces The Elder Scrolls Online MMOG from April 4 is playable. Then the game will appear on Windows and OS X. A version for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One also appears. The console versions are playable from June.
Bethesda makes the release date of The Elder Scrolls Online known through a blog on the website of the online game. The game will be playable on both Windows and OS X. The game appears for the Xbox and PlayStation 4 One. These versions come on the market in June, though it is not yet known what day. Bethesda also do not know what it is asking for the game already had the earlier release that uses the classical model for the online game, where players have to pay. Both for the game and for a monthly subscription A subscription costs 13 euros per month.
In the console versions of the game, the cost of a subscription to Xbox Live or PlayStation Network. Come Bethesda therefore tries to an exception in Microsoft terms , so players can also play as they have no subscription with Microsoft. over Xbox Live Bethesda conducts similar meetings with Sony, is unknown.
The Elder Scrolls Online takes a thousand years earlier than The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, which appeared on the market in late 2011. This means that the online game set during the Second Era of The Elder Scrolls storyline and thus hundreds of years earlier than the previous games in the series. The game is completely incorporated Tamriel, including regions known as Elsweyr and Skyrim. In The Elder Scrolls Online battle three factions against each other: the Aldmeri Dominion, the Daggerfall Covenant and Ebonheart Pact. The three vying for control of the central Imperial City. Cyrodill, the central region around the Imperial City, sets the stage for the player-versus-player portion of the game.
The music service Spotify , which claims to have 24 million users – including 6 million paying – leaving today announced innovations in New York as part of a media event. Even before it became known that Spotify his free program would allegedly spread to the mobile platforms, but this, in the form of a radio station that is not the explicit initiation of the selected customer Songs permits, but rather genre-or artist-based random radio as it can also be found at Nokia.
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What was announced today for now? Not quite the expected. You’ve realized that people use tablets at home and those same users wanted to make listening to music also possible. For this reason, you will now get the same functions as on the computer if you are on the iPad or Android tablet using the free version. That’s right – Tablets – not smartphones. On smartphones, there is another variant (shuffle mode), like the suspected artist radio is similar. So you can hear the artists of his choice though – but here you have to sift through a catalog of the title of the artist. Fortunately, you can skip their unwanted songs. Nevertheless, a clever move, perhaps to reach new customers who may book the premium service.
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