E3 2016: New ‘The Elder Scrolls: Legends’ Trailer

Following a moth priest named Kellen, The Elder Scrolls: Legends is a strategic card game designed to let you impact and affect the Elder Scrolls history through your choices and gameplay. A new cinematic trailer for the title was unveiled at Bethesda’s E3 conference, giving slightly more insight into the protagonist and the combination of lore and gameplay the developer seems to be aiming for with this mobile and PC title.

While details on the actual gameplay are limited at this point, but what we do know is that the game will consist of two lanes for players to place their cards in, will rely heavily on magicka which is earned every turn, and there will be several different ways to compete against AI and other players. A full-fledged single player campaign also exists in The Elder Scrolls: Legends, and is certain to please those not looking to constantly play against opponents for no discernible reason.

The Elder Scrolls: Legends is currently in closed beta, and this week Bethesda will be allowing entrance to more players. If you have not already signed up, head over to Bethesda’s website, create an account, and sign up. Praying for an email might not hurt your chances either. When The Elder Scrolls: Legends is released, it will be available for PC, Mac, iPad, iPhone, and android tablets and phones.

Eric is an Xbox editor for Analog Addiction where you can find all the latest gaming news, previews, reviews, and everything else that rhymes with those words. ‘Like’ Analog Addiction on Facebook to receive all of the updates as they’re posted.



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