Bethesda has several announcements regarding all their additions to the Elder Scroll series. That includes Legends, ESO, a new mobile addition, and even a very tiny sneak peak into the The Elder Scrolls VΙ.
The Elder Scrolls: Legends
The biggest Legends announcement would be it’s launch on consoles including, PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch. Console players can expect it later this year. Bethesda also said it would be upgrading the graphics.
It was also mentioned that progression made on the PC or mobile version, will transfer to the upcoming console version, via their Bethesda.net account.
The Elder Scrolls Online
ESO didn’t really have much to say during Bethesda’s E3 conference, but they did announce two new DLC packs “Wolfhunter” and “Murkmire”.
This is pack will bring two challenging dungeons, the Moon Hunter Keep and March of Sacrifices. Dive into all-new stories of surrounding those afflicted with the lycanthropic.
This is Elder Scrolls Online next zone and story content expansion and takes you into the land of the Argonians. According to the ESO website, you’ll “will win the trust of reclusive tribes, delve deep into crumbling xanmeer ruins, and hack your way through the savage wilds of Black Marsh to discover one of the Hist’s greatest secrets.”
Murkmire will feature a brand new area to explore, an exciting story line, new World Bosses and Delves, and a brand-new group arena (with its own leaderboard). It’s just like previous ESO packs.
Both DLC’s will be available at the end of 2018, but more information will be available in the “not-too-distant future.”
The Elder Scrolls: Blades
This is the next installment in the Elder Scrolls franchise and is intended to be a mobile game. Blades is a first-person, RPG for Android and iOS users and features console-graphic qualities and a variety of combat styles.
You can play Blades a few ways, by tapping or using virtual dual sticks, and it can even be played in portrait mode. Combat includes standard melee attacks, ranged attacks, and magical spells.
The Elder Scrolls: Blades will eventually come to PC, consoles, and VR devices. iOS and Android users can pre-order it today (don’t worry it’s free), until it launches in the fall. If you wish to sign up for early access, just go to playblades.com.
The Elder Scrolls VΙ
Right at the end of Bethesda’s conference a large surprise was slipped in, with a tiny teaser trailer. However, Bethesda did finally give everyone a little taste of what they’ve been asking for. Absolutely no details were given.