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If you wanted to get an early glimpse at The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim‘s first add-on event, Dawnguard, you’re in luck. Anyone who owns an Xbox 360 can apply for the Dawnguard Beta in order to help Bethesda iron out a few bugs that would undoubtedly cause some hilarious in-game glitches.

But make haste! Bethesda’s going to pick and choose the beta participants in less than a week, and if you miss your window, you’ll have to sit and watch as one of your friends gleefully shows up by updating their Xbox Live status with the add-on’s achievements and such. Plus, anyone in the beta gets Dawnguard for absolutely free.

Here’s the details on how to join:

Visit DawnguardBeta.ElderScrolls.com to apply. The process should only take a couple minutes, but make sure to fill out all the information accurately. Applicants need a registered account on our official forums and you’ll want to make sure your forum email address is updated.

Sorry, PlayStation 3 owners, but don’t get too upset. After all, your online network still operates free of charge (mostly).

Source: Bethesda Blog

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Bethesda Wants Xbox 360 Gamers To Join The Skyrim Dawnguard Beta

By EGM Staff | 06/2/2012 05:20 PM PT

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If you wanted to get an early glimpse at The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim‘s first add-on event, Dawnguard, you’re in luck. Anyone who owns an Xbox 360 can apply for the Dawnguard Beta in order to help Bethesda iron out a few bugs that would undoubtedly cause some hilarious in-game glitches.

But make haste! Bethesda’s going to pick and choose the beta participants in less than a week, and if you miss your window, you’ll have to sit and watch as one of your friends gleefully shows up by updating their Xbox Live status with the add-on’s achievements and such. Plus, anyone in the beta gets Dawnguard for absolutely free.

Here’s the details on how to join:

Visit DawnguardBeta.ElderScrolls.com to apply. The process should only take a couple minutes, but make sure to fill out all the information accurately. Applicants need a registered account on our official forums and you’ll want to make sure your forum email address is updated.

Sorry, PlayStation 3 owners, but don’t get too upset. After all, your online network still operates free of charge (mostly).

Source: Bethesda Blog

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