The Elder Scrolls: Legends Coming To iPad Next Week
An Android tablet version and a new campaign update are soon to follow.
Gamers often dive headfirst into intense games that require precision, understanding, and quick reflexes — these types of experiences make up the core of a modern gamer's library. And even though we often want to kick back with more relaxing games, the desire for a deep and lengthy experience never really fades. Under normal circumstances, these desires would be contradictory; fortunately, collectible card games manage to be both simple and complex, providing quick thrills when needed and lengthy gaming sessions when requested.
Enter The Elder Scrolls: Legends, a free-to-play CCG designed around the Elder Scrolls' rich lore. The game has been in beta testing on PC for quite some time, but publisher Bethesda is finally ready to move on to the next step: a proper mobile release. They've announced that the game will be releasing for the iPad on March 23, and for Android tablets on April 4. The team plans to bring Legends to the Mac OS sometime in May, and to mobile phones sometime in the early Summer.
Since the game has been in beta for so long, developer Dire Wolf Digital has had plenty of time to look toward the future. Now that the PC version of the game has dropped its beta classification, the development team have announced a new campaign update for The Elder Scrolls: Legends called The Fall of the Dark Brotherhood. Releasing April 5, the new solo PvE campaign is set to feature over 20 missions spanning three map areas and over 40 new cards. As a bonus, players who download the new campaign update will be gifted the Doom Wolf mount within The Elder Scrolls Online.
The Elder Scrolls: Legends has much more in store, including a Spectator mode and full Twitch integration expected to arrive in May, and Bethesda is promising that they've got "even bigger things on the horizon" that they're not yet ready to reveal. Either way, mobile enthusiasts have a lot of fun to look forward to in the coming weeks.