Console versions of The Elder Scrolls Online may receive 6 month delay [UPDATE]



Bethesda has confirmed with CVG that the game has definitely been delayed by six months to allow ZeniMax to “solve a series of unique problems specific to those platforms”.


A new alleged screenshot suggests The Elder Scrolls Online console versions may just have been pushed back another six months.

CVG report that a Reddit claims to have taken the above screenshot on the game’s website, which has reportedly been deleted since, but not before getting tongues wagging.

The screenshot claims that the studio needs another six months to develop the PS4 and Xbox One editions of the MMO.

Bethesda has not yet announced anything or commented on the alleged delay.

Let’s hope it was some sort of mistake. PC players have responded well to the game.

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