E3 2018: The Elder Scrolls Legends Coming to Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, and PS4

At tonight’s Bethesda E3 2018 conference it was announced The Elder Scrolls Legends would be coming to Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, and PS4.

New modes, cards, and ways to play are in the pipe as new developer Sparkypants Studios takes the reins. Part of this will be a whole new user interface and the ability to transfer progress from PC to console with your Bethesda.net account. The PC version will get a new client as well, and the initial experience will be more approachable for new players. The new client will also take up less room and the game should see performance improves across all platforms.

Some of the changes coming with the new interface are new playmats and card frames, as well as revamped menus. The whole experience looks like it’ll be a lot more polished overall, and if Sparkypants Studios can make good on its word then perhaps The Elder Scrolls Legends can regain some of its lost momentum and gain more popularity in comparison with other digital collectible card games like Hearthstone.

A release date for the recently announced platforms has not been revealed yet. You can start right now for free on Android, iOS, or PC.