Bethesda has finally released Elder Scrolls Blades on Nintendo Switch. And the best part is that it can be downloaded for free from the Nintendo eShop. This is not the first game made playable on Nintendo Switch, and we know that it won’t be the last.
Elder Scrolls 6 is still years away, and Bethesda is not working on new projects or remakes for the console. The Elder Scrolls Blades is available on iOS and Android, and it was supposed to make its appearance on Switch – after it was delayed. But all of this extra time was quite useful. Nintendo’s Switch version was supporting the platform’s handheld, TV, and Tabletop modes. It came with new ways to enjoy Blades.
The gaming studio announced that Elder Scrolls Blades will include cross-platform support for the mobile versions. We are talking about a dungeon crawler, which is supposed by microtransactions. The game allows its players to create and then customize a character, but the game was also questioned for its gameplay and the way the Gems system works.
There is also a paid version of the game, with the Quick Start Edition on the Nintendo eShop. It costs $14.99. You can download the game from the eShop, and it has around 1.2 GB.
Cross-platform support? Amazing!
If you started your story on Blades on the mobile phone, the cross-platform support would be a lot of help right now. You can resume the game just where you’re left off on Nintendo Switch. Just make sure you link your Bethesda.net account in the game in order to enable cloud saving. This is how you keep your progress between all the connected devices. You can also talk to your Guild members and fight other players in the Arena, and it does not matter what device they are using.
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