Elder Scrolls Legends Launches On Steam, Android Tablets
Haven't had a chance to stop Naarifin? Now might be a good time to pick up Bethesda's free-to-play as it starts hitting more platforms.
Elder Scrolls Legends isn't limited to Bethesda.net launcher anymore. Launching beside an update, the massive RPG universe turned strategy card game is now available on Steam for PC and Mac, and Android tablets.
Switching over from Bethesda.net? Have no fear, your login information is universal across platforms, so you'll be able to pick up right where you left off with your favorite deck. You'll even be able to switch between platforms in the middle of your matches.
The update also adds two new game modes: Spectator and Gauntlet. Spectator mode currently only allows you to observe games being played by friends live, but there are plans to expand this feature in the near future and Bethesda is looking for fan feedback.
Gauntlet mode is a take on organized global tournaments. You'll compete in a series of matches for spots on worldwide leaderboards, and prizes include in-game gold, card packs, and other items. These tournaments will vary in size, entry costs, and prizing, so be sure to bring your best decks into the fray.
Elder Scrolls Legends isn't available on mobile devices quite yet, but more details on that integration are expected at Bethesda's E3 conference this year. For more on Elder Scrolls Legends, check out our hub for news, features, reviews, and more.
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