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Submitted by Apophiss2004 332d ago | news

Elder Scrolls Online Update 2 is now available on the PTS server

Zenimax announced today that the Elder Scrolls Online’s Update 2 is currently available on the public test server, so if you have an active account you can try it out. Update 2 is schedule to launch on June 23, 2014. (PC, The Elder Scrolls Online)

KrisButtar  +   332d ago
If have an active account, which I do how can I try it out on this public test server? My sub ends before June 23rd and checking out this update maybe what will keep me subbed.
Apophiss2004  +   332d ago
Here's a quote from the official page regarding your question

"As our PTS community can tell everyone, the server has had its own account system for many months now. I'm very happy to announce that any player with an active ESO account can now patch and play on PTS using the normal ESO launcher. Just open the launcher settings and select "Show Public Test Environment", and you can download the PTS version of the game to test out new features when the server is up."
KrisButtar  +   331d ago
+ helpful

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