All of Bethesda’s Elder Scrolls Announcements

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”.

Wolfhunter

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. 

All of Bethesda's Elder Scrolls Announcements

Murk­mire

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.”

All of Bethesda's Elder Scrolls Announcements

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.

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