Last calendar year, Bethesda released Elder Scrolls Legends, a collectible card game, on iOS, Android, and PC. During today’s E3 convention, they announced they will be relaunching the game after this year will brand new visuals, and will also be bringing it into PS4, Xbox One, also Nintendo Switch.
According to the developers, all progress one gets on the iOS, Android, or PC versions can be taken around to the console versions when they launch. A new trailer provides us a look at the reworked visuals and console models.
Even though Bethesda didn’t support Nintendo systems for some time, they have been supporters of the Nintendo Switch. Last Novemberthey released equally Doom along with The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim on the machine, and will be brining Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus on the console handheld hybrid later this season. Elder Scrolls Legends simply adds to this lineup.
You can check out the newest trailer for Elder Scrolls Legends beneath, which prominently features the Switch variant. Elder Scrolls Legends is currently available on iOS and Android, and certainly will probably be coming to PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch later this season.