Published: Sun, December 08, 2019
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

Is this the beginning of the end for The Elder Scrolls: Legends?

Is this the beginning of the end for The Elder Scrolls: Legends?

While ending development on a live game often indicates a company are already forming plans to shut it down, Bethesda said nothing about that today.

Our earlier roadmap indicated we'd be releasing another set this 12 months. "Beyond that, we also still have monthly cards planned for a long time to come, and we will be doing in-game events every week". "According to the post, there will only be one more content update for Legends this year, as was promised from the studio previously released development road map for its match, but it is going to likely be the last of nearly any new releases" for the near future".

Bethesda has put development of its free-to-play card game The Elder Scrolls: Legends on hold for the foreseeable future. You can still play online and offline, maintenance, with monthly rewards still being provided. "Bethesda may additionally continue to provide customers with the" ongoing care report.

Until then, you can still download and play Legends on all existing platforms and compete online as well as in the single-player modes. Bethesda says this version of the game will inform "decisions on content and feature development going forward".

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The card game was announced at E3 2015, a year after Hearthstone's release, and went into open beta in 2016.

Last year, Bethesda VP of Marketing Pete Hines said in an interview that the game was "in a little bit of a holding pattern right now" in terms of the number of players, but Hines was confident the game coming to consoles would help grow that number. Those console ports, originally set to arrive before the end of 2018, haven't been mentioned for several months and seem unlikely to happen now.

An Asia-specific version of Elder Scrolls: Legends is still in development since it is operated and developed separately.

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