The Elder Scrolls: Blades Pushed Back To 2019

When E3 rolled around this year, it was filled with video game news from Bethesda. The development studio held their annual press conference to showcase all of their upcoming video game projects and into the mix was a brand new mobile title aimed for smartphones. While Bethesda admitted that we will be waiting a good while before the next main installment to The Elder Scrolls series, a smaller but full game experience from the franchise will soon hit your android and iOS running smartphones.

The game is called The Elder Scrolls: Blades and Bethesda spent a bit of time explaining the game while showing it off. There are still a few details missing in regards to the narrative adventure and what all we can expect, but we do know that this will be a full new Elder Scrolls title. Apparently, the entire game can be played with one hand and there’s mechanics to easily navigate along with interactions just by using simple gestures.

If you’re a fan of The Elder Scrolls franchise then this is likely a game you’ve been waiting to appear on the Google Play Store along with Apple’s App Store. Despite their hope in delivering the game before the end of this year, a tweet was sent out from the official Elder Scrolls account stating that The Elder Scrolls: Blades is expected to release within early 2019.

At any rate, gamers can still search for the game within the app store and pre-register which will give you an alert the minute it comes into the marketplace. You can also do this through the official application’s website, This will be the next big Elder Scrolls title to keep you busy until The Elder Scrolls VI finally launches into the market which is set for next-generation consoles.


[Source: Twitter; Game Informer]