Today I got a change to sit down with Pete Hines, Vice President of Public Relations & Marketing at Bethesda Softworks and makers of the highly anticipated The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion.We even manage to sneak in a few questions on Fallout 3, the new Star Trek license, as well as much more.
I imagine most Elder Scrolls fans are into the series because of its rich and diverse universe or because of the extremely open-ended gameplay.Of these two groups, I'd wager the ones in the first camp are probably going to be slightly more interested to learn that, beginning today, it's possible to register on The Elder Scrolls: Legends official website to get a chance to test the PC beta of the free-to-play card game.
The beta for The Elder Scrolls: Legends, the free-to-play strategy card game, is giving selected registrants access today, Bethesda Softworks has announced.Furthermore, worldwide beta registration is now open, with additional players to be invited to take part over the next few months.
After months of being available in beta and other forms, The Elder Scrolls Legends officially launches today on PC.The Elder Scrolls Legends will hit iPad on March 23rd, Android in April, Mac OS in May, and mobile phones this Summer.
While Bethesda RPG fans are all secretly holding their breath and waiting for the developer to announce the future of The Elder Scrolls series, it appears that the developer/publisher has tipped their hand as to what one of their big games of E3 2017 will be.We played an early version of Fallout 4 VR at E3 2016, and if you want our limited impressions of the experience you can read all about it here.
The Elder Scrolls: Legends exited beta and entered its full release version a little while ago on PC, with the promise that more platforms were coming soon.You can download The Elder Scrolls: Legends on iPad for free right here from the Apple App Store.