The Elder Scrolls: Legends Coming to Consoles Later This Year

Noel Cummings
June 11, 2018

Wrapping up their Showcase this year, Bethesda revealed two teasers for some games that fans won't get to see for a long time, but have been asking about for a while: Starfield and The Elder Scrolls VI. That should be a relief for players who don't like online only experiences and love their single-player games. That announcement came with a bit of news about the size of the game. Y'know, just in case you want to take your cosplay to the next level.

Now in pre-production at Bethesda Game Studios, the acclaimed developers of Skyrim and Fallout 4. It looks like we'll start playing at Reclamation Day, the day when the Vault actually opens back up to the Wasteland. As we learned on Sunday at E3, it's a huge, sprawling prequel to all four main Fallout games. This is a full The Elder Scrolls experience that you'll be able to play on your smartphone, your high-end VR device, and everything in between. Yes, it's an MMO, and yes, that means there are going to be other people in it - but this one could be the MMO for you even if you've never touched one before.

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The game's Collector's Edition has also been revealed. As with the mobile release, the game is free to play. The word on the street suggested that Bethesda's been plugging away at a new not-online Elder Scrolls game for some time, and now we've finally got that confirmed!

The game is a first-person dungeon crawler that allows for landscape or portrait mode play, and will have town-building elements. It's also the publisher's first new franchise in 25 years.

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