Published: Mon, June 11, 2018
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

Bethesda Brings The Elder Scrolls: Legends To Switch

Bethesda Brings The Elder Scrolls: Legends To Switch

At today's E3 2018 conference Bethesda confirmed a lot of facts about Fallout 76, but not whether it would have mod support or not.

The Elder Scrolls: Blades will be played by tapping or using virtual dual sticks, with combat containing standard melee attacks, ranged attacks, and magical spells. The cards are based on creatures, characters and lore found in The Elder Scrolls series. By the sound of things it will have a multiplayer component, and someone plugging away at it on their phone will be able to play with a friend who is playing it on their Oculus Rift, or by any other combination (it'll be interesting to see if all the consoles play ball). The game features both hand-crafted and procedurally generated dungeons. In the meantime, check out the trailer for the game above and make sure to let us know what you'd like to see from the possible game. Town mode has you rebuilding and decorating a decimated town to receive more quests.

There will, however, also be combat which will work entirely on the mobile touch screen.

Bethesda: retour sur Fallout 76 Rage 2 The Elder Scrolls 6 et les autres surprises de l’E3 2018

Bethesda has confirmed at their E3 2018 conference that The Elder Scrolls Legends strategy card game, which is now available on PC and mobile, will be coming to consoles later this year.

The game will launch in mid- to late-2018 and fans can can pre-order it already on the Apple app store and Google Play Store. Also announced was the total number of players for The Elder Scrolls Online to be at 11 million, 1 million of those joining in the a year ago alone.

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