Developer Zenimax Online Studios has put to rest the rumours on the release of MMORPG game Elder Scrolls Online and has now announced that the game will be released in 2015. It added that the game will be coming on Xbox One and PS4 platforms.
The announcement came as a part of the Holiday Greetings to fans of Elder Scrolls. The developer also told fans that the development team is appreciative of the support and the feedback.
The post also revealed that Elder Scrolls Online will see the introduction of Champion and Justice Systems, these will be new additions to the game.
It also noted that Elder Scrolls Online has gone smoothly since its 4 April 2014 launch on PC and Mac. The company has added five major updates that improves and fixes the issues in the game.
The events in the Elder Scrolls Online are set a thousand years before The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim and the coming of the Dragonborn. There are three alliances who fight for supremacy. The game allows players to play as different races like Nords, Bretons or as Dark Elves and each race has its own skill tree.
Players and fans have kept rumour mills churning with some speculating that 2015 might also see the release of Elder Scrolls 6. But there has been no pointers from publisher Bethesda to suggest this. Many also believe Elder Scrolls 6 could be rolling out in March 2016.
Master Herald reported on rumours for Elder Scrolls 6, it even carried a tentative title, Elder Scrolls 6: Argonia, and it will carry from where the story left off in Skyrim. So the game might be a continuation of Skyrim.