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TES: Online event delayed due to presidential inauguration of Joe Biden

Bethesda postponed Gates of Oblivion disclosure for employee safety

Bethesda presented us at The Game Awards 2020 a preview of Gates of Oblivion, the next major expansion for The Elder Scrolls Online. The company confirmed that the full disclosure of the content would be on January 21, but the plans changed.

This is due to the political landscape that currently exists in the United States. Joe Biden will take office as president of the country on January 20, that is, a few hours before the Bethesda event.

The company believes that, for safety reasons of some of its employees and partners, it is better to move the date of the disclosure. So fans will have to be patient to learn more about Gates of Oblivion.

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There is a new date for the reveal of TES Online: Gates of Oblivion

Through the game’s social media, Bethesda reported that the Gates of Oblivion event will not take place on January 21 as originally planned. Fortunately for the fans, the presentation already has a new date.


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