The Elder Scrolls: Blades is coming to Android this fall

The Elder Scrolls: Blades is coming to Android this fall

This is not a drill: The Elder Scrolls VI is officially in development, and Bethesda shared the first trailer for the game at E3 2018. There is also an endless "Abyss mode" which will see you continue battling until you die.

The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim took players into the northlands of Tamriel. While it is a mobile experience for now, Blades will be heading to other platforms in the future, including PC, consoles, as well as VR, and cross-play is a planned feature. And the Big one, The Elder Scrolls 6 ended the show. You'll be able to fight with melee weapons and spell crafting abilities. Participants will still create characters and head off on story quests, but they'll now meet other players en route. Arena is a 1v1 player versus mode, and finally Town brings you into a town building mode.

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Seeing as this is Bethesda Games Studios' major new IP, I expect Starfield to have an even more ambitious scope than, say, an online-based Fallout.

Because of the graphic-intensive gameplay, Blades will only be available on newer-model iPhones and Android devices.

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Today at its E3 press briefing, Bethesda Softworks announced that its digital card game, The Elder Scrolls: Legends, is coming to Switch, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.

"There's no reason to wait to play the game", Van Hoose said. And any progress you make will carry over to the new versions via your Bethesda account. You can preorder it tonight in the App Store. You can play the game solo, but with multiplayer as an option - open world, survival, and every person is real.

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