ZeniMax and Microsoft are working together to raise a free "The Elder Scrolls Online Tamriel Unlimited" to the Xbox One for a limited time this weekend.
On Dec. 7, ZeniMax and Microsoft reportedly announced the said promo, which allows players to explore the Tamriel region Christian Post reported. The promo is for Xbox Live Gold members, since it is under Xbox Live Gold's Free Plays. Players have to go to the Gold Member area and download the game from the Xbox store.
With "The Elder Scrolls Online" widening its access, the game will reportedly give away $1 million to one player, along with the conduct of a free trial this weekend for PC, Mac, and Xbox One, according to Cinema Blend.
While there is no free trial for the PlayStation 4 platform this weekend, ZeniMax is currently working with Sony on a solution that is geared on PS4 fans.
ZeniMax also removed the subscription requirement from "Elder Scrolls Online" earlier this year. It was followed by a new in-game store, which allows players to buy optional items with new expansions.
In line with the in-game store, Crowns, the money for the said in-game store, will be sold this weekend for both existing and free trial players. Purchasing 750 crown packs or 1,500 crown packs will be 25 percent off while buying 3,000 crown packs will be 33 percent off. Then, 5,500 crown packs will be 40 percent off.
The promo period for "The Elder Scrolls Online" free play for Xbox Live Gold members is from Dec. 10 at 9 a.m. PT until Dec. 13 at 11:59 p.m. PT.