E3 technically has not yet started, but several companies have already shown their next games. The Bethesda showcase has just ended, where the company unveiled new games and downloadable content, including Fallout 76 and Rage 2. Bethesda also announced a new Elder Scrolls game for mobile devices, and can now pre-register on the Play Store.
Before you get excited, this is not Elder Scrolls VI (who scoffed at the end). Instead, it is a mobile spin-off that offers a much more informal experience. That's how Bethesda describes it:
In The Elder Scrolls: Blades, you're a member of the old order of the Blades. Obliged to exile, you seek refuge in your remote hometown to find it reduced to rubble. Now, it is up to you to restore your city to its former splendor.
Blades contains the many hallmarks that Elder Scrolls fans enjoy of the franchise: beautifully represented console quality environments, powerful magic, tons of equipment to collect, upgradeable skills and, of course, fantasy battles in real time! The fights are resolved with the touch screen to cut your sword, deflect imminent attacks, cast a powerful beam of light and more.
The game is divided into three areas. In 'Abyss', you must fight your way through the enemies on "hand-made" maps and generated by treasure-collecting procedures. You can also fight other players in "Arena", a game mode reminiscent of the original title of Elder Scrolls. & # 39; City & # 39; is the story mode, where you complete missions and customize your city.
The whole game can be played in landscape mode or landscape mode. Eventually it will launch on PC and consoles, with synchronization in the cloud so you can play and play on all your devices. You can pre-register the game below to receive notification when it becomes available.