ZeniMax announced over the weekend that it was lifting the NDA for The Elder Scrolls Online. Everyone is now free to record, screenshot, and upload their adventures in Tamriel without fear of reprisal. Players of the game's various beta events are now able to share their experiences with the greater community, whether they be positive or negative.
The bad news is there's not a beta event currently ongoing, but the developer promises to hold a new one soon. The good news is ESO is highly polished. NPCs are voiced and the game has received the same level of attention to detail that fans that have played Skyrim experienced. Of course, not everyone may agree with the good news.
The Elder Scrolls Online launches April 4 on PC, with early access beginning on March 31 for anyone that pre-ordered either the standard or Imperial Edition. A console version of the game for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One will follow in June later this year. Expect beta information on that some time after the PC version launches.