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The Elder Scrolls: Legends is out now on iPad

Coming to Android tablets, Mac, and smartphones too

The Elder Scrolls: Legends
Dire Wolf Digital

The Elder Scrolls: Legends, Bethesda Softworks’ strategy card based on its Elder Scrolls games, is now available for free globally on supported iPads.

The game, which requires iOS 10 or higher and an iPad 4 or newer, is coming to Android tablets next month, Mac OS in May and to iOS and Android phones this summer. The game first released on Windows PC on March 9.

The game, which was developed by Dire Wolf Digital, has players collecting digital cards to do battle in an arena against online or fictional opponents. The game plays out a bit like Hearthstone, Magic the Gathering or any of the slew of other collectible card games with its own twists. The game’s cards are all pulled from characters, items, locations and creatures pulled from the fiction of the Elder Scrolls series. The game has players summoning creatures and warriors and placing them in lanes. It also includes the use of runes which deliver cards as a player loses health.

Decks are built with cards collected and upgraded through battle. As with Hearthstone and other such games, players can also purchase card packs. Prices range from $2.99 to $69.99.

Bethesda recently announced The Fall of the Dark Brotherhood, new player versus everyone content, is coming April 5. The Fall adds new story missions and more than 40 new cards including three new Legendary cards.

The Elder Scrolls: Legends
Dire Wolf Digital

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