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Elder Scrolls Online players can get access to an ESO Plus trial on July 5

The ZeniMax Online developed MMO, Elder Scrolls Online, will be holding a special event later this week where regular players will be able to reap the benefits of an ESO Plus membership for free.

For the unfamiliar, the ESO Plus membership arrived as a replacement for the MMO's subscription program back in 2015. The membership now gives access to all DLC packs available to the game, including Imperial City, Orsinium, Thieves Guild, Dark Brotherhood, and Shadows of the Hist. Other benefits include unlimited storage for crafting materials, 1500 Crowns to spend in the in-game store, a 10% boost to experience, gold, crafting inspiration, trait research rates and more.

The membership typically costs $15 a month, but regular Elder Scrolls Online players will be able to try the program out during the event and receive all the benefits mentioned above with the exception of the 1500 Crowns.

Existing ESO Plus members have some goodies to look forward to as well, with the developer giving away a free Dwarven Crown Crate for each day that the event takes place. Players holding ESO memberships (trial holders excluded) just have to log into the game during the event to claim the crates, which will be delivered on July 17.

The ESO Plus event will begin July 5, running through July 9, giving a great opportunity for any Elder Scrolls Online players who are hesitant on jumping into the program. For anyone interested in taking the ESO Plus Free Trial out for a spin, it will be available on the in-game Crown Store under the Featured category during the aforementioned dates.

Apart from the recently released Morrowind expansion, the game is also on track to receive two new DLC packs later this year, as Bethesda announced at E3 last month.

Source: Elder Scrolls Online

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