Bethesda Sending Out Early Access Invites To Users For Elder Scrolls: Blades
The Elder Scroll series has a special spot in the history of gaming, which many gamers will agree with. The latest game in the series is the Elder Scrolls: Blades, which was previously expected to release in the first half of 2019. The good news is that the game has finally stepped out of the shadows, and is now entering the early access phase for Android devices, which indicates that it is nearing its official launch.
About Elder Scrolls: Blades
As part of our #TES25 celebration, we're excited to announce that The Elder Scrolls: #Blades is officially in Early Access!— The Elder Scrolls (@ElderScrolls) March 27, 2019
Ready to play? We're inviting players in waves, so make sure to keep an eye on your email for the invite.
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Elder Scrolls: Blade is a mobile version of the Elder Scrolls games, and will succeed the legacy of the previous Elder Scrolls: Skyrim VR game. It offers a full-scale dungeon exploration experience and real-time combat. Moreover, Bethesda is introducing a new city-building mechanism that will add a lot more depth to the storyline of the game. Players can also battle their friends in one-on-one Arena battles. Furthermore, the game has an immersive character creation option, using which players can discover new and unique weapons, armour, and abilities.
Previously, Bethesda has published another popular mobile game title, which is Fallout Shelter, and the game development studio looks forward to following the same track with Elder Scrolls: Blades. Debuted at E3 2018, the game is sending email invitations to the beta users to download the Elder Scrolls: Blades as of March 28, 2019.
Availability And Download
Noteworthy, players can still download the game without the game invite, although it will stop after a brief demo of the same. Click here to download the game, and click here to sign up for the Early Access for the same. It also includes a bunch of in-app purchases, ranging from $1.99 to $99.99 per item. Players must have an account on the Bethesda website for playing the game. The company also confirmed that any progress and purchases will be carried over to the final release of the Elder Scrolls: Blades when it hits the app stores officially.