The Elder Scrolls Online will feature a shop for non-core purchases, the game’s director Matt Firor has confirmed.
Firor told ESOHub.de, “We’ll have a shop to buy kind of fun stuff and services too like name changes and things like that, but it’s not part of the core game”.
“Anything in the core game is included in the subscription model price.”
Last week Bethesda confirmed that the MMO would require a subscription of US$14.99 (NZ$19.21) a month to play.
The Elder Scrolls Online is coming to PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 4 next year.