According to a press release from Bethesda, the Elder Scrolls Online is about to become an even more open experience for new players. With the release of a Gold Edition set for September 9th, the game along with four of the DLC will be available as a single-player experience.
For $60 USD, players will have ‘immediate access’ to the Imperial City, Orsinium, Thieve’s Guild, and Drak Brotherhood content. From what IGN says, the Shadows of the Hist DLC pack planned for August is the only one that will not be included in the Gold Edition.
This isn’t the only way that Bethesda has been focusing on making their MMO more appealing. Through the upcoming One Tamriel update announced at E3 2016, the game will officially drop all level restrictions from content. This allows for players to fully immerse themselves in an experience with the fictional world of Tamriel without any content barriers.
While the article also mentions that a pre-order is already available for The Elder Scrolls Online Gold Edition, no source has been provided.Further reading: Bethesda, Elder Scrolls Online, Xbox One