We’ve been hearing some exciting news about the new game releases at the world’s biggest gaming event, E3 2017 that is happening this week. Along with new titles, game developers are also expanding their existing top-rated games to more devices; one such game includes The Elder Scrolls Legends. Along with the game receiving an expansion, Bethesda also showcased the Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim for the Nintendo Switch.
Bethesda, at the E3 event announced that it will be expanding its strategy card game, The Elder Scrolls and adding a new series ‘Heroes of Skyrim’ to it. The game will be available on both the Google Play Store and Apple Store, and will be officially released on June 29th which is literally two weeks away.
Fans of The Elder Scrolls Legends were definitely pleased by Bethesda’s announcement that the new expansion of the game will add over 150 new cards and feature characters from the previous saga of The Elder Scrolls, including Paathurnax, Aldurin, J’Zargo, Delphine and Aela.
Bethesda in the E3 event also revealed a new mechanic called Shouts. According to the presentation by Bethesda, each Shout will have three levels that will increase in power the more frequently you use them.
Like the previous games in The Elder Scrolls Legends series, Heroes of Skyrim will feature Companions that will change into their Beast form whenever a rune is broken. There is also news of new themes featured in the game expansion including those of the Civil War and for the College of Winterhold.
Check out the trailer of The Elder Scrolls Legends: Heroes of Skyrim that was shown yesterday at E3.
That’s not the only news of the popular gaming series, the Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim which is one of the best RPG games the world has seen is now coming to the Nintendo Switch. Bethesda showed off the game on the Nintendo Switch yesterday at the E3 and now Switch players can experience incredible motion controls via the Joy-Cons. The game reveal also hinted elements from The Legend of Zelda, along with addons including Dawnguard, Dragonborn and Hearthfire.
The release date of the Nintendo Switch version of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim has not yet been announced but we’re pretty sure it will hit markets by the end of this year