The publisher nailed us blow by blow with exciting new announcements. The light glimmers realistically off the swords and shields, while the small details in the dungeons, castles, and mountains that make up the background of the game keep things suitably atmospheric.
So whether or not you own a headset, you will be able to play Elder Scrolls: Blades through the smartphone. There are also new card frames with a "sleeker look". There's little to hint at what region this new installment takes place in, but the foreboding landscape offers a few hints. Your items will be waiting for you in-game when you begin and you'll receive your free gift when you install the app. Yes, you can launch nuclear missiles on other players and their bases. You can also visit friends' towns.
In the meantime, prepare to enjoy Elder Scrolls wherever you go later this year! For the time being, that is all we know about it.
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At tonight's Bethesda E3 2018 conference it was announced The Elder Scrolls Legends would be coming to Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, and PS4. Players can pre-order the game right now. You're forced into exile, and you'll be exploring hand-crafted and procedurally generated dungeons as you play.
Microsoft kicked off with a new game in the long-running and beloved science-fiction shooter series Halo, called Halo Infinite. You play as Walker, the last Ranger of the wasteland. It's set in the United Kingdom, with dynamic weather and seasons that players across the world will experience at the same time.
You can customize your character with different features and pick your race and class.