Elder Scrolls Legends is a free-to-play collectible card game entry in the far-reaching Elder Scrolls series has been in beta on PC since last year. That changes today, since Bethesda announced that the game is officially live.
In a press release, the developer wrote “After several months of beta feedback from players and a myriad of improvements, additions, and optimizations, we’re extremely proud to officially remove the ‘Beta’ tag from The Elder Scrolls: Legends, and formally launch on PC.”
In addition to the full release, Bethesda has also announced the dates for future milestones, including the game’s first content update: The Fall of the Dark Brotherhood.
- March 23 — Global iPad launch
- April 5 — Fall of the Dark Brotherhood expansion launches
- April — Global Android tablet launch
- May — Twitch Integration, Spectator Mode, and Gauntlet Mode (mini-tournaments players compete in with their own decks)
- Spring — Mac OS Launch
- Summer — mobile phone launch
In addition, this summer, Elder Scrolls Legends and its first new card set will launch on mobile phone platforms. More details on these updates will be revealed during E3 in June.
The Fall of The Dark Brotherhood will be “a new PvE Story that tosses players into the role of a double agent hired to infiltrate the ranks of The Dark Brotherhood. Recruited by a sinister group to bring down the infamous and fan-favorite Elder Scrolls guild of lethal assassins, players will need to make key choices that both impact which missions you’ll play and decide the story’s ending.”
The story is set before the events of Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim and will introduce an additional 40 cards. The expansion can be purchased using in-game gold or real money either as individual maps or as a bundle for $20.
As a bonus for Elder Scrolls Online players, anyone who gets the expansion will also get a Doom Wolf mount to use in the MMO.