The Elder Scrolls Blades Is Coming to the Switch
We’ve been waiting and waiting for some new Elder Scrolls action and while it may not be Elder Scrolls VI, Bethesda has just announced that their mobile title Elder Scrolls Blades will be leaving early access. Additionally it was also announced that the game will be making its way to the Nintendo Switch later this year.
Bethesda took to the stage at E3 to announce that they’re bringing their successful mobile title The Elder Scrolls Blades out of early access and that it will be entirely free to download for iOS and Android users right now.
And if you’re not overly psyched about playing the game on mobile, not need to fret because it’s also coming to Nintendo Switch in Fall 2019. It’s set to support motion controls and will be available to play both in handheld and consoles modes. It’s also going to support crossplay and cross-progression with the mobile version. But the best part? It’s going to be available for free! You can check out the trailer for The Elder Scrolls Blades coming to Switch below.
Bethesda also announced that a new Arena mode will be coming to the game later in the year which is set to add PvP content. While there’s no additional information about this right now, it’s likely they’ll share more at QuakeCon 2019.
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