Elder Scrolls fans have something to celebrate these days.
The Elder Scrolls: Blades
It has been reported that Bethesda has opened the next entry in The Elder Scross series – The Elder Scrolls: Blades to Early Access and some players have been already getting an email invitation to download the game. This started yesterday.
Just in case you might have missed the debut of the game during E3, Blades is a mobile version of The Elder Scrolls.
It provides real-time combat, some pretty cool dungeon exploration, and a new city0building mechanic.
TechRadar revealed that the game follows Bethesda’s success with the mobile/console Fallout Shelter while also at the same time remaining true to the roots of the Elder Scrolls.
“We’re inviting players into Early Access on a rolling basis. Keep an eye on your email for the invite—and update your email preferences to make sure that we can reach you! We are doing our best to get everyone who signed up for Early Access into the game as quickly as possible!” the official invitation read.
All progress made will be carried to the main game
The FAQ on the Bethesda website says that any progress that is made during the Early Acess will be carried over to the main game which is definitely great news.
More than that, all the in-game purchases that players will be making will also be carried over to the game.
Ready to play? We're inviting players in waves, so make sure to keep an eye on your email for the invite.
— The Elder Scrolls (@ElderScrolls) March 27, 2019
The Elder Scrolls: Blades is available for free on iOS and Android in six languages starting today, March 28.
Bethesda E3 Press Conference
In other news, in a Twitter post, the company revealed that they would hold their #BE3 showcase and let the public know about the future of the games that are in development.
— Bethesda (@bethesda) March 18, 2019
The showcase will take place on 9 June, at 8:30 p.m. EDT and we know that fans are dying to find out more about what the company has in store.
After finishing Theatrical Journalism at the Faculty of Theatre and Television in Cluj-Napoca, Rada reviewed movies, books, theatre pieces and she also wrote articles from the IT niche as a content editor for software producers. At the moment, she is working with various online advertising firms.