The Elder Scrolls Online for PC and Mac is coming in April, and the developers want to ensure that the launch will be as smooth as possible. That's why yesterday they announced the fifth closed beta testing of their upcoming game, which will be held this weekend.
The developers are going not only to receive a feedback from faithful fans, but also will be doing lots of their own tests. The main purpose of this beta testing phase is to measure the server load and to understand how the game's servers respond to the different situations. You as a tester will be able to select from three Elder Scrolls' alliances: Ebonheart Pact, Daggerfall Covenant or Aldmeri Dominion.
The gamers who have already taken part in The Elder Scrolls Online beta testing will get the access again. All you need to do is to log in and download the latest game's update. The other ones can go to the official project's site and sign up to get the invitation.
Also we would like you to remind that this week we have got an interesting rumor about previous The Elder Scrolls instalment. Thus, it has become known that Skyrim may be ported on the next generation of consoles.