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


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

Yolanda Curtis
June 13, 2018

He also promised fans that the game would use dedicated servers, much like Fallout 76. The Elder Scrolls VI is coming, and we all got to see it.

There were so many announcements we're going to have to break things up into separate stories, but the biggest take away was probably the official announcement of The Elder Scrolls VI. One other key piece of info was missing as well, when is The Elder Scrolls VI coming out? Howard explained that The Elder Scrolls: Blades will feature both "hand-crafted" as well as procedurally-generated dungeons. They were released in 1994 and 1996 respectively, and had first-person gameplay with attacks dealt by clicking and dragging the mouse about the screen. Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below. The game is now in full production stage and a playable build of the game is available at Bethesda Game Studios.

"Blades" will have three major modes: a rogue-like experience called Abyss, an arena and the main mode found in the town.


Blades, you're a member of "the empire's top agents", the Blades, who return home only to find that it has been destroyed.

When talking about Starfield, Howard confirmed it would primarily focus on a traditional single-player experience. We hope to have more details for you regarding this game in the near future.

You'll be able to register for early access here. Did you watch the Bethesda E3 conference? This seems like a really cool way to show off the Elder Scrolls universe like never before.


As promised, Bethesda had plenty of surprises in store for fans at its E3 2018 press conference. This puts the reality release date for Elder Scrolls 6 until 2020 unless they have been working on it for longer than we think but we'll have to wait and see. What other announcements this past weekend did you enjoy?

Upon release of the console, VR, and PC versions, cross-platform play will be supported, according to Bethesda.


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