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New Elder Scrolls Online Trailer

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The pub might be a bit quieter tonight. No, it's got nothing to do with the Saharan dust storm creeping up the nation - Elder Scrolls Online has just launched.

The massively successful role playing series has long been an antisocial affair, isolating players in their living rooms for days on end (we're not proud of ourselves). As of today, fantasy fans will finally have a chance to take on fellow Elder Scrolls players in a vast online world of sieges, magic and smithing.

Not convinced? Check out the epic launch trailer below. It makes Lord of the Rings look scant.

Elder Scrolls Online arrives on Xbox One and PlayStation 4 in June



(Images: YouTube)

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