The Elder Scrolls: Blades Available on Android and iOS via Early Access

Anil Ganti

The Elder Scrolls: Blades was due for November release last year, but the date got pushed back to sometime in early 2019. Today, we may have our first look at The Elder Scrolls: Blades, which has gone live for those that were invited to the first wave of its early access.

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The Elder Scrolls: Blades is a classic dungeon crawler reimagined. Create and customise your character, accept quests from your townspeople, rebuild your city, and unravel clues to an ancient mystery. Or venture into the Abyss to see how far you can go in an endless dungeon. Currently, the game is available only via early access, and you'll get to play through a short demo. If you haven't already signed up for early access, then you will be greeted by the above screen and won't be able to go any further in the game. The access is being doled out in waves so it may be some time before you get your turn. To sign up, log in with your Bethesda ID and use this link. You'll receive an email with further instructions if you've been selected. Here are the devices the game 'officially' runs on. You can get away with using one that isn't on this list, but the game may not run optimally.

• iPhone 6s and newer
• iPhone SE
• iPad Pro
• iPad Mini 4 and 5
• iPad Air 2 and 3
• Samsung Galaxy S8/S8+
• Samsung Galaxy S9/S9+
• Samsung Galaxy S10/S10+
• Samsung Galaxy Note 8
• Samsung Galaxy Note 9
• Google Pixel 2/2XL
• Google Pixel 3/3XL
• OnePlus 5 and newer
• Moto Z2 and newer
• Essential Phone
• HTC U11/U11+
• HTC U12+
• LG V30
• LG G7 One
• Xiaomi Mi 6
• Xiaomi Mi Mix 2
• Xperia XZ Premium
• Xperia XZ1
• Razer Phone
• ZTE Nubia Z17
• Nokia 8
• Sharp Aquos R
• Asus ZenFone 4 Pro
• Huawei P20/P20 Pro
• Huawei Mate 20 Pro
• OnePlus 6T

Bethesda said that support for additional devices is 'coming soon'. The game is available in English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, and Russian. We can expect a full-scale release on Android and iOS by Q2 2019 if things go smoothly.

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