Bethesda announces The Elder Scrolls: Blades during E3 event

Popular developer, Bethesda, has announced a brand new game for smartphones, The Elder Scrolls: Blades. The app developer isn’t exactly known best for mobile games, but thinks it can capture some users on Android and iOS with its upcoming in-demand game.

The E3 event is a large trade show and it took place last week. One of the more exciting games to come out of the show is The Elder Scrolls: Blades. Many will be looking forward to its arrival on Android, said to happen this fall. Those interested in being among the first to play can pre-register for the game already on Google’s Play Store. Many expect the game will be a hit and so do we. Here’s what it’s all about.

The Elder Scrolls: Blades is a first-person RPG game from PC now being made available in mobile form. This is a major platform switch, so players can expect major differences in the game such as its controls. Like other PC games that have recently come out in mobile form, it’ll take some getting used to unless you’re familiar with other Bethesda mobile games, but the story-line should be familiar. According to Bethesda, the game features an intuitive control system, combat mechanics, levels, fantastic graphics, and lots of character customization.

The Elder Scrolls: Blades will work in both landscape and portrait modes, something not all games are capable of. There will also be a VR mode, and, cross-play with the PC version of the game. You don’t see this with a lot of games today. The game will be free with presumably in-app purchases. Register at the link below in brackets or dive into the Play Store and search for it and you’ll be notified once it becomes available for download on your device. Leave any thoughts in the comments.

[The Elder Scrolls: Blades – Download Link]

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