E3 2012 | Bethesda Releases a New Teaser Trailer for The Elder Scrolls Online

The upcoming MMORPG, The Elder Scrolls Online, has received the teaser trailer treatment at E3 2012. The new title from Bethesda Softworks is being developed by ZeniMax Online Studios and has a 2013 release date.

The Elder Scrolls Online universe is set in Tamriel. Tamriel will include familiar locations that players of the series have grown to love, like Morrowind, Daggerfall, and Skyrim. The MMORPG will take place 1,000 years before any of the events in The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim.

For more information on the title visit The Elders Scrolls Online website.

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