$90 buys you the game and 30 days to see if you like it.
By Tim Colwill on January 30, 2014 at 8:58 am
Bethesda have revealed the Australian pricing for the digital editions of The Elder Scrolls Online (with physical RRP expected today). The standard digital edition will run you to $90, while the Imperial Edition will cost $120.
Both come with five days early access and 30 days subscription fee included (normally $15 a month), but the Imperial Edition also comes with a bunch of in-game goodies like some rings, a wacky horse, and a mudcrab vanity pet (nice). Check all that out here.
To mark the occasion, there’s also a very, very nice new CGI trailer to watch — see that below. The game launches on April 4.
Source: Thanks Matthew