After an impressive performance at this year's E3 in Los Angeles, Bethesda has had a difficult time. The release of Fallout 76 The least we can say is that the next title in The Elder Scrolls has been postponed to 2019.
The Elder Scrolls: Blades is a free mobile title, and probably the closest to the fans of The Elder Scrolls 3: Morrowind and The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim to go to a massively single-player RPG until that The Elder Scrolls 6, who was teased at E3 2018. Todd Howard of Bethesda surprised many when he dated it in the fall of 2018. In a tweet today, this window has been postponed to "early 2019 . "
The Elder Scrolls: Blades will be available early 2019 for iOS and Android devices. We are extremely excited about playing Blades. You can still register for Early Access at https://t.co/uuFPob6YWJ.
– The Elder Scrolls (@ElderScrolls) November 29, 2018
In June, Polygon was able to attend a demonstration. It is the "most expensive and best designed mobile game ever designed".
It's more linear, claustrophobic and limited. In widescreen, the limitations are obvious; but when I play in one hand, I can imagine how this game will fit into the daily commuter routine and people who like to fiddle with a mobile game while watching TV.
Typing is handled by gestures, tapping so that your character walks autonomously and sweeps the display. Tap and hold the screen, with the angle of these attacks tempered by the place where you press. blades should not be a complete and open experience. Instead, it will have more linear levels and some limited social features.
This is not Bethesda's first foray into mobile games. Anti-atomic shelter first launched on mobile in 2015 before being significantly expanded and focused on other platforms. On the other hand, The Elder Scrolls: Legends started life as a PC exclusive before moving to mobile in July 2017.