The popularity of the game developed by Bethesda, Elder Scrolls Online, is huge and many gamers are proud to be part of this community.
Elder Scrolls Online was released on PC and Mac in April, and was scheduled for Xbox One and PS4 in June this year. Only scheduled, because it looks like it’s been postponed for another 6 months.
So, console owners will enjoy the gameplay of this game only somewhere at the end of this year, if some other problems do not appear then. Oddly enough, the message was edited quickly, and what you see above is the latest version and not the first, so we don’t know exactly what was changed. Some have tried to contact the game’s developers, Bethesda, but they are not currently available for comment.
It is also said that the manufacturer has started deleting messages from internal forums, and banning users who have become too aggressive because of this announcement. What he wrote in the original message probably bothered some members of the forum, and now they are trying to limit the consequences. It’s not nice, we know, but the wisest thing would be to wait for the official information about this delay, there is certainly a plausible reason behind this situation.