The Elder Scrolls Blades microtransactions revealed, $159.99 for most expensive item

The Elder Scrolls Blades microtransactions have been revealed. The amounts come from prices listed in the early access version of the game, so are subject to change. In The Elder Scrolls mobile game, you can purchase “Gems” with real cash. The collections of gems range in price from around $3 to nearly $160.

The early access version of Blades was released earlier this week and players are immediately allowed to utilize The Elder Scrolls Blades microtransactions. Free-to-play games often include microtransactions in them as a way to earn money. In Blades, you will earn chests. Early in the game, the chests will open right away. However, as you progress, the opening of chests requires you to wait or you can bypass it by spending gems.

The Elder Scrolls Blades has a variety of amounts when it comes to buying gems. The highest number of gems you can purchase if 14,000, this will give you access to the “Imperial Coffer” which costs $159.99. Along with earning chests in-game, you can simply buy chests with gems. A “Legendary Chest” is worth 2,500 gems, which you can buy for $30.99. The chests include things like items to allow you to upgrade your buildings in the game. The items are available through play as well.

The Elder Scrolls Blades developer Bethesda recently confirmed its games Doom Eternal, Rage 2, and Fallout 76 would coming to Steam. The studio also recently announced the Elsweyr update for The Elder Scrolls Online. The update adds a new necromancer class as well as dragons to the online take on The Elder Scrolls series. Elsweyr will be available from June 4 (May 20 for pre-purchases).

The Elder Scrolls Blades early access was released on Android and iPhone on March 27. It is not currently known when the game will exit the early access version.

[via Kotaku AU]