In a Q&A on the European Playstation Blog, Matt Firor, game director at Zenimax Online Studios, has confirmed that The Elder Scrolls Online will not require a PS+ subscription to play, unlike most multiplayer PS4 titles.
Players will only need to stump up the £8.99 a month subscription for the game that’s the same across all platforms, alongside buying it in the first place.
However it will require a Gold account on Xbox One, essentially placing two paywalls on the game.
Firor also confirmed that a beta for the game would be heading to PS4, though he gave no further details.
He also announced that there will be no cross-play between the console and PC versions.
The Elder Scrolls Online launches April 4 on PC/Mac and in June for Xbox One and PS4