The Elder Scrolls: Blades Releasing for Nintendo Switch This Fall

Elder Scrolls Blades

Bethesda has announced that their mobile game The Elder Scrolls: Blades will be making its way on the Nintendo Switch this fall. The studio also says that the game will be free for players, and will support cross play and cross-progression with the mobile version. This will make it very easy for players to pick up their mobile phone or Nintendo Switch console and resume the game from where they left it last time.

The game is also going to receive its biggest update yet, that brings solo arena battles, new dragon questline, and custom jewelry system. All of the content is going to arrive later today as confirmed by Bethesda. The Switch version will, of course, arrive with all the updates and content added to the game since its release.

The Nintendo Switch version will allow freedom to players and they will be able to play the game wherever they want. The game will support handheld mode, docked mode and the table top mode with the JoyCons detached from the system which will allow players to experience the game however they want. However, we are not sure whether the game will support touch controls on Switch or not.

The Elder Scrolls: Blades is the mobile version game that is published by Bethesda Softworks. The game features one on one fights and a lot of dungeons that you have to crawl into. The game is free-to-play, however, the loot you get takes real time to unlock. Of course, you can speed up the process with the in-game microtransactions.

The Elder Scrolls: Blades will arrive on Nintendo Switch this Fall however the new update for the iOS and Android versions of the game is now live. It is free to play for all players however it does come with Microtransactions for players to speed up certain elements in the game.

Let us know whether you will be interested or not in playing The Elder Scrolls: Blades on your Nintendo Switch when it comes out this fall.

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