The Elder Scrolls Blades has been delayed. The primary cellular installment in Bethesda’s long-running RPG collection was initially slated to hit iOS and Android gadgets someday this fall, however in keeping with the collection’ official Twitter account, it is going to now arrive in early 2019.
Bethesda hasn’t shared any additional particulars on the sport’s new launch window, nor did it present a cause for the delay. Nonetheless, the corporate says that gamers are nonetheless in a position to pre-register for The Elder Scrolls Blades on its website. Doing this can grant you early entry to the sport forward of its launch, though we likewise do not but know when this early entry interval will start.
First introduced throughout Bethesda’s E3 2018 presentation, The Elder Scrolls Blades is billed as a “pure Elder Scrolls sport” with “console-quality graphics.” In contrast to current console installments equivalent to Skyrim, Blades would not characteristic an open world–although Bethesda says one could be added down the line. The sport comprises PvP and town-building components, in addition to the identical form of fight as earlier Elder Scrolls video games.
Blades was additionally one of many video games showcased throughout Apple’s 2018 keynote handle again in September. Throughout the presentation, Bethesda’s Todd Howard took the stage to reveal how the sport will run on the brand new iPhone XS. Howard additionally famous the benefits the XS’s OLED display and different enhancements supply.
Blades might be free to obtain and play when it launches for iOS and Android. It additionally is not the one Elder Scrolls mission Bethesda is at the moment engaged on; the corporate additionally introduced the following correct installment within the collection, The Elder Scrolls VI, is in improvement, though that might not launch until the next generation of consoles.