'The Elder Scrolls Online' Release Date, News & Update: Extended Free Play Weekend for Xbox One Gamers This Thanksgiving

By Olivia Cavallaro , Updated Nov 23, 2016 03:51 AM EST
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There's a lot to be thankful for this Thanksgiving, as another game is offering an extended free play weekend for Xbox One gamers. This comes in the form of "The Elder Scrolls Online," the massive multiplayer online RPG from ZeniMax Online Studios.

According to Gamespot, the extended free play weekend for Xbox One gamers this Thanksgiving will be for those with Xbox Live Gold. Those who do have Xbox Live Gold will be able to play the game for free for as long as five days. Beginning today at 12:01 a.m. EST, gamers will be able to get their hands on "The Elder Scrolls Online" extended free play weekend this Thanksgiving. The event will conclude on Sunday, November 27 at 11:59 p.m. EST.

"The Elder Scrolls Online" will be able to initiate download beginning today at 12:01 a.m. EST right from the Xbox Store. Make sure that you have at least 80GB storage free, for the extended free play weekend for Xbox One.

According to IGN, those who will participate in the extended free play weekend for Xbox One this Thanksgiving for "The Elder Scrolls Online" will be able to access teh "Tamriel Unlimited" base game. They can also access the "500 Crowns." Gamers will also be able to save their progress throughout the five days and continue on upon purchase. Those who are interested in Crown Packs would be glad to know that there's a discount as well during the weekend.

Moreover, players who participate in "The Elder Scrolls Online" extended free play weekend for Xbox One this Thanksgiving are encouraged to register for the "Trip of a Lifetime Giveaway." Here, gamers will get a chance to win one of five all-expenses-paid trips to some really cool locations across the globe. Check out the contest's official page for more information.

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