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The Elder Scrolls: Blades brings Bethesda’s fantasy series to iOS and Android

11 June 2018

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.

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Elder Scrolls Blades aims to be the most accessible Elder Scrolls title imaginable - one available on every system that can handle it. It retains the single player Elder Scrolls games' first-person adventuring and combat, but with procedurally generated dungeons that harken back to The Elder Scrolls: Arena. The cards are based on creatures, characters and lore found in The Elder Scrolls series. Bethesda Game Studios director and executive producer Todd Howard said that this week you can pre-register for early access to the game. When the Blades return home after exile they find their home destroyed and they must rebuild it. This is essentially town building gameplay where players will be able to upgrade and rebuild their town, unlocking new NPCs and quests as they go. Which should be pretty easy given the publisher also revealed that the game will be coming to as many platforms as possible, entirely for free. There are dungeons and outdoor areas, with graphics that rival last-gen consoles. The PC and mobile versions of Legends will also be receiving a huge overhaul, which players can expect to see in the new console versions.

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The Elder Scrolls: Blades brings Bethesda’s fantasy series to iOS and Android