Bethesda Announces Kicker Event in Amsterdam For ESO’s 10th Anniversary



Do you remember the day when Bethesda Softworks launched The Elder Scrolls Online for PC and Mac in April 2014? If yes, the publisher is inviting you to an event commemorating the ten years since it launched its MMORPG based on the Elder Scrolls franchise.

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This event takes place from April 5 to April 6 next year at the SugarFactory near Amsterdam, the Netherlands. According to the official announcement on the ESO website, this event will bring together ESO players and the development team behind the Bethesda MMORPG.

Throughout the two-day celebration, there will be numerous activities, including roundtable discussions, developer panels, hands-on gameplay, and free food and drink. Bethesda will also host the first-ever ESO Cosplay Competition during the said event.

Furthermore, Bethesda said there will be numerous local anniversary events in several countries throughout the globe. The celebrations will also extend into 2025, when an equally massive celebration takes place in the United States.

If you plan to attend the kicker event in the Netherlands, you can contact the team via Bethesda's X account. In the meantime, stay tuned at Starfield Portal as we watch for additional details regarding the event in the coming months.

In other news, Bethesda has announced that it is delaying the launch of the next-gen update for Fallout 4 to sometime in 2024. As the live-action Fallout series is due to premiere on Prime Video on April 12, 2024, fans are theorizing that the update will drop simultaneously.

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