A new mobile focused experience from the Elder Scrolls franchise has been revealed at Bethesda’s E3 conference; Elder Scrolls Blades.
A first person RPG, the game looks pretty impressive running on a mobile, and Todd Howard was very excited to reveal it. He mentioned that Fallout Shelter was such a huge success, and that this particular idea for a mobile game was something that they had always wanted to do.
The game features both hand-crafted and procedurally generated dungeons, with a range of melee, ranged attacks and spells. You can level up your character, change their equipment and the entire game can be played in portrait mode too.
There are multiple game modes including a 1v1 Arena mode and the main mode, with story and quests. As a member of the Blades, returning from exile, you return home to find your town destroyed with the need to rebuild. There will be an emphasis on building your town back up, and you can even visit your friends towns as well.
The game will be available on “every possible system”, including mobile, PC, console and even VR. You can even play cross-platform with your friends. It will be free when it releases later this year, and you can pre-register right here.