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'The Elder Scrolls: Legends' News: Will Soon To Be Made Available on Android

Mar 10, 2017 09:48 AM EST

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Collectible card game "The Elder Scrolls: Legends"  will be available to all Android tablets, Bethesda has announced. The game is officially launched today for PC.

Edgar Cervantes of Android Authority has reported that " The Elder Scrolls: Legends"  was officially announced by its game developer after it was fully released today. The game has been available in beta for PC since 2016.

After some months of testing, receiving feedback, and patching, Bethesda has finally announced that the "The Elder Scrolls: Legends" will hit the shelves. After this announcement, the game developer also said that it will reach Android and Apple devices.

The publication also reported that they caught the Bethesda team to upload "The Elder Scrolls: Legends" and made it available on the Google Play Store for a day back in October last year. GameSpot has reported that the game developer then removed the title and said the action was a mistake. However, they said that the app is still in its development stage.

"The Elder Scrolls: Legends" will come to Android tablets in April. The game will also go to iPad on March 23 and macOS in May.

"The Elder Scrolls: Legends" revolves around the player character, who is called "The Forgotten Hero", and an elf Naarfin who has conquered the heart of the Empire. The Forgotten Hero has the task to fight various dangers in his journey in order to reach the White-Gold Tower. The player must make different decisions determining on how the story ends.

It is expected for the "The Elder Scrolls: Legends"  to have numerous expansion packs and improvements to satisfy its players. The next expansion pack would be called "The Fall of the Dark Brotherhood" and it is expected to come this April, according to a report by Wesley Yin-Poole in Euro Gamer.

For those who are interested in playing the game, the beta version is still free on PC. Click this link to play the game.

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