news\ Aug 1, 2013 at 11:08 pm

Bethesda to show off new The Elder Scrolls Online gameplay tomorrow at QuakeCon

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Since Bethesda announced their plans to bring The Elder Scrolls Online to next-generation consoles, fans everywhere have been begging for new gameplay content, and it looks like they’re going to get it in the form of a QuakeCon livestream tomorrow, August 2.

QuakeCon, which kicked off today in Dallas, Texas, is the largest North American LAN party, which showcases some of the industry’s biggest giants, including Bethesda and The Elder Scrolls Online. Those in attendance will be able to see the gameplay in person, but for those unable to make it down to the event, Bethesda is providing a Twitch livestream starting at 1:30 EDT.

Bethesda detailed the event on the game’s page:

You asked for new, uncut gameplay footage of The Elder Scrolls Online, and we’re giving it to you! Catch our first-ever live ESO gameplay presentation and get ready for more news and interviews during QuakeCon 2013.

You don’t have to brave the heat of a Texas summer to be part of The Elder Scrolls Online experience at QuakeCon this year—you can watch our live public gameplay presentation on the Ventrilo Main Stage from the comfort of your own home. Watch us take on a dungeon and show more live ESO gameplay, all presented by Creative Director Paul Sage and members of the development team!

You can watch the event live tomorrow at the link provided here; and fear not, if you can’t catch the Twitch stream live, there will be a full replay available on Twitch after the presentation.

Source: [The Elder Scrolls Online]

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