It was announced last year that Bethesda's The Elder Scrolls Online would be getting an Xbox Series X and S version at some point in 2021, and now we know that it'll officially arrive on the consoles on June 8.

This version of the game will be available as a free upgrade (via Smart Delivery) for current Xbox One owners of the game and Xbox Game Pass players, and feature a whole bunch of improved visual features including upgraded shadows, textures, draw distance, antialiasing, reflections, depth of field and more.

Additionally a "Performance Mode" will allow the game to run at 60 FPS on both consoles.

"We’ll share more about ESO: Console Enhanced in the future, including information about the Performance and Fidelity Modes and how you can get it when it launches on June 8."

This year's major chapter release for The Elder Scrolls Online entitled "Blackwood" will also arrive alongside the update on June 8, bringing 30 hours of new story content to the game. Additionally, if you haven't tried the game yet and you're not an Xbox Game Pass member, it's currently part of a multi-week Xbox Free Play Days event until April 13.

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