The Elder Scrolls is a highly successful game series, and it doesn’t have titles available only for the big machines. The Elder Scrolls: Blades is available for mobile devices like Nintendo Switch, and the smartphones running on Android and iOS. Furthermore, ‘Blades’ is free to play!
But when is the latest update of The Elder Scrolls: Blade arriving? Nintendo initially said that we’ll see the game running on its Switch platform on May 12, but it didn’t happen as planned. However, there’s still good news in this situation.
Available starting May 14
The latest version of The Elder Scrolls: Blades became available starting today, May 14. And Bethesda even released a new video for celebrating the event:
You’re free to enjoy the game after you download it from Nintendo’s official website. The company has only good things to say about the game:
“From Bethesda Game Studios, the award-winning creators of Skyrim, comes The Elder Scrolls: Blades – a classic dungeon crawler reimagined. Download now and play for free!”
Furthermore, Nintendo says:
“The Elder Scrolls: Blades enables cross-play so you can battle your friends on other platforms. You can also use cross-save to maintain your progression across multiple devices.
Start a new character, or continue your previous journey, today!”
The file size of the download is slightly over 1 GB, and it’s available in several languages: English, German, Italian, Spanish, Russian, and French.
As The Elder Scrolls series is hugely popular, it sold over 58 million copies worldwide. Having a history of over a quarter of a century, the game series made its debut in 1994 under the name ‘The Elder Scrolls: Arena’. The series unfolds free-form gameplay for a detailed open world. Morrowind, Oblivion and Skyrim had all won the Game of the Year award from various outlets.
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