By Simon Moore on July 17, 2014 at 9:43am
QuakeCon 2014 officially begins today, and the fans in Dallas begin to set up camp for the weekend. The @QuakeCon Twitter feed is alive with chatter as the weekend warriors arrive for the B.Y.O.C event. @QuakeCon even tweeted a picture of the first eager entrant in the B.Y.O.C area … framed forever now on the #twitterverse. (That’s a real place, trust me.)
Not only is it Day 0 for the event, but Bethesda came out swinging with an announcement of their own: "The Elder Scrolls: Online” is coming to Steam today.
Beginning later today, both "The Elder Scrolls: Online Standard Edition" and "Imperial Edition" will be available for purchase. Tracey Thompson – Global Public Relations
As of today, Steam users can log onto their accounts and access to "The Elder Scrolls: Online” world and start slaying and battling their way through the land of Tamriel. Molag Bal may await, but be aware before you click that “Elder Scrolls: Online” is a pay-to-play, subscription-based title with unlimited play for the first 30 days of purchase.
QuakeCon 2014 will also host, as previously promised, an “Elder Scrolls: Online” PvP tournament which will be streamed live at this year’s event.
QuakeCon may have just begun, but we have certainly not finished covering it.