The Elder Scrolls: Blades brings Bethesda’s fantasy series to iOS and Android

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"Elder Scrolls Legends" has a revamped interface and will soon come to the Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, Bethesda announced at their E3 presser Sunday.

With supposedly their biggest conference to date, and a new Fallout game in the works, the Bethesda stream should be fun. Join us and create your own today! Oh, and Fallout 76. It features traditional FPS elements and dying will not strip you of your gear. Details about the edition are limited but we know it comes with a life size Power Armor Helmet.

Based on the name and teaser, Starfield is going to be a sci-fi adventure of some sort, with Bethesda describing it as a "space epic". For the time being, that is all we know about it. According to Bethesda, Blades will be a massive first-person rpg for mobile devices that will have console quality graphics.

The Elder Scrolls: Blades is coming to phones first, but is planned for PC, consoles and even VR as well.

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"We have also been working on a brand new, next-generation single player game".

The levels will include both handcrafted and procedurally-generated dungeons elements, with the "Abyss" mode being a roguelike where you try and get as far as you can without dying.

Alternatively, you can pre-register at Google Play to be kept up-to-date about the game.

Now lacking a formal suffix, the game looked gorgeous as we saw mountains and a small settlement by the sea.

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