The long-awaited console edition of Bethesda’s finally launches today, June 9, but the MMORPG’s release on and isn’t going as smoothly as it could be.
In North America and Europe, players are reporting log-in issues and. For anyone who wanted to jump right it at midnight when the game launched, this is a big bummer.
Thankfully, Bethesda is on the case, saying in a post on Twitter that it’s currently readying a fix.
We’re working to fix an issue affecting console logins on NA and EU. Keep an eye on this thread for updates:
— Elder Scrolls Online (@TESOnline)
MMOs are still , so some level of growing pains are probably to be expected. We’ll continue to monitor this story as it develops.
Have you experienced any log-in issues? Let us know in the comments below.
The Elder Scrolls Online was originally released in April 2014 for–read our review . The console edition was before its release today across both platforms.
The Elder Scrolls Online is now called Tamriel Unlimited, and a monthly subscription. However, it’s not a free-to-play game entirely, as you still need to pay a one-time fee to get started.