Bethesda has confirmed that it is delaying the Xbox One and PS4 versions of The Elder Scrolls Online. The word right now is that the delay will “only” be six months, however delays becoming extended is not uncommon in the gaming world these days. The game’s publisher has stated that it’s been a “challenging process” addressing a number of issues specific to the console versions of its MMO. However, the good news for those who wanted the game on PC or Mac and a next-gen console is that they can buy the game for said console for online $20, if they purchase the PC/Mac version before the end of June. Characters will also be transferable between the two platforms. But how many people really will be buying it for both?