The Elder Scrolls: Legends will launch on consoles — Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One — with a new look, Bethesda Softworks announced this evening at its E3 keynote event. The console launch will happen later this year.
The card-collecting role-playing game debuted in 2017 on PC, Mac and mobile platforms. Earlier this month, Bethesda turned development over to Sparkypants Studios to rejuvenate the franchise; the publisher said it had found potential in the card-collecting game that it hadn’t realized in the first year of its launch.
Bethesda Softworks also said that progress within the PC or mobile version of The Elder Scrolls: Legends will carry over to the console edition when it launches, via the player’s Bethesda.net account.
Bethesda touted more than 11 million players for the Legends franchise since its launch. As for the primary Elder Scrolls franchise, two expansions for The Elder Scrolls Online — Wolfhunter and Murkmire — will be released later this year.