If you've been looking to dive into The Elder Scrolls Online ahead of the Morrowind update, this week will be your chance. Running from April 11 till the 18th, Bethesda has announced that their MMO will be going free on all platforms. In a further show of good faith, there will be no restrictions on gameplay and all progress can be carried over into the regular game once finished.
For PC users, the free client will be available from Steam and console users just need to go to their respective storefronts for the download. You'll be able to hop in starting at 3 PM BST (10 AM EST). All in all, this sounds like a good time. I might have to give it a go as I'm curious if the game has been fixed up since launch.
The Elder Scrolls Online gets another free play week [Videogamer]