The Elder Scrolls Online is finally coming to Xbox One and PlayStation 4 in less than a month. In order to get you ready, Bethesda put together a video focused on the different ways players can work together.

One of the more interesting notes in the video below is that level disparity is addressed in combat. Encounters scale to the party, which means you can still group with your friends who are lagging behind (or trying to catch you up).

The video also runs down a number of different activity types, including a horde mode, areas designed for end-game players that have reached level 50 and “veteran” status, and 12-person trials that reward loot and a spot on the leaderboard.

The Elder Scrolls Online will be out on June 9 for Xbox One and PlayStation 4. While the title carries a standard price, Bethesda recently dropped the subscription fee. For more on that, check out our previous coverage