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Giveaway: Elder Scrolls Online public beta keys

1400 free spots up for grabs

The Elder Scrolls Online probably needs little introduction, being the MMO incarnation of one of the most highly regarded and best-selling fantasy series of all time and today, we've got 1400 keys for the public beta to give away.

Bethesda's successor to Skyrim launches this April with 'huge ongoing triple-A support' according to Bethesda's Pete Hines and you can see our latest impressions, by checking out our recent Elder Scrolls Online beta diary.

We have 1400 keys to give away for the public beta which runs from 5pm GMT 28th February to 4.59am GMT Monday 3rd March.

To claim your key, simply click in the box below to apply. Full instructions for redeeming it are included below and of course, good luck!

Instructions for claiming your beta key
1) You must be a registered CVG member and be logged in to apply for a key. If you need to register please click here.
2) Keys will be issued on the spot, on this page, in the mechanism above.
3) Once logged in simply click to apply.
4) Keys are issued on a first-come, first-served basis and demand is set to be extremely high, so please try and contain your disappointment if unsuccessful and keep an eye out for more beta key giveaways on CVG soon.

Instructions for key redemption:
Use your unique key to register your beta account.

1) Create your account by visiting this Elder Scrolls Online.com page.
2) Once you've finished creating and verifying your account, click the "Redeem Key" button on the main My Account Page to register your beta key. Make sure you do not include extra spaces after the key is entered or the key wont redeem.
3) When the process is complete, youll be able to download the game client from your Account Page. We suggest doing this as soon as possible.
4) Use the username and password you registered to login and play the game.
5) The beta runs from 5pm GMT 28th February to 4.59am GMT Monday 3rd March

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