If you've always wanted to try The Elder Scrolls Online, but didn't want to pony up the cash, you can play free for a week starting tomorrow.
Morrowind is coming to the The Elder Scrolls Online on June 6, but if you haven't played the Zenimax Online MMO yet, you can try it for free for one week starting tomorrow.
Zenimax is calling it The Elder Scrolls Online Free Play Week, and it kicks off tomorrow, April 11, at 10 AM ET. You can play on all three platforms: PC, PS4, or Xbox One. Here are the links to download the Free Play client for each platform (If the free version is not currently displaying, it should appear soon):
The free week includes access to all areas of the base game, but not the DLCs, as well as 500 Crowns (premium currency) to spend in the Crown Store. Once the event ends, all of your characters, any items you purchase, and your progress will all carry over to the full game if you purchase it. If you have tried the game on previous free weekends or similar events, your characters and progress are still there, waiting for your return. The full game, as well as the Gold Edition and Crown Packs, will be on sale in all three digital stores for the duration of the event.
You can find more information about the free week, and the game itself, over on the official Elder Scrolls Online website.