Last week, The Elder Scrolls: Blades released into early access, though that release was more like a closed beta with random invites. Yesterday, the game became available to everyone.
Bethesda’s official Twitter account announced the news that now anyone who has a Bethesda account can play the game. Signing up for a Bethesda account is free, so you shouldn’t have too many problems playing the game if you want to.
The gates to The Elder Scrolls: #Blades are opening further. Excited to say that anyone with a Bethesda net account can now play.
Next up: We’re looking at all your feedback and rebalancing the most difficult enemy in the game… the silver chest. pic.twitter.com/K0HVGPqj35
— The Elder Scrolls (@ElderScrolls) April 5, 2019
The news also comes with a large update for the game that fixes a few bugs. Bethesda is also looking for feedback regarding “the most difficult enemy in the game… the silver chest,” referring to how silver chests are numerous, take a long time to open due to how chests are on timer, and often aren’t worth the rewards inside, causing some players to want to actively avoid getting them.