Bethesda has announced during its E3 conference that its collectible free-to-play card game, The Elder Scrolls: Legends, will be heading to Nintendo Switch amongst other platforms later this year. Instead, it's a mobile spin-off that offers a much more casual experience.
We know, it's not the same, but at least it will give you guys something to tide you over until The Elder Scrolls VI launches in 2030 (joking).
There will be three modes in the game, Abyss, Arena, and Town. Now, it's up to you to restore your town back to its former glory. The game features both hand-crafted and procedurally generated dungeons. You return to find the town destroyed, and you must rebuild it. Rebuilding the town unlocks new NPCs, quests, and decorations, and you can visit friends' towns as well. Given that we didn't know if we would see a new Elder Scrolls title anytime in the next five years, this is welcome news indeed.
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The whole game can be played either in either horizontal or landscape mode.
Howard also teased how you could play against people in VR from the phone and that it would also be on consoles and PC at some point, but this announcement didn't have any timing for it.
You'll be able to register for early access here.
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The area around Shinnecock Hills on the eastern end of Long Island is full of handsome rental homes and beachside hotels. Other amenities include a full bar and eight-person hot tub on the deck, as well as a scuba decompression chamber.
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