Bethesda shows Switch version Elder Scrolls: Blades

The Elder Scrolls mobile game Blades is coming to Nintendo Switch this fall. Bethesda also showed a new update that included Solo Arena Battles and jewels that increase skills. Bethesda also announced updates to its other Elder Scrolls games.

The update also brings cross progression, meaning players can transfer their progression from mobile to the Switch and back. Also, on the Switch, players can play offline and sync their progression as soon as they come back online. The update also includes Solo Arena battles, a dragon questline, ability-boosting jewels, and new work areas. The game is coming to Nintendo Switch in the fall.

The Elder Scrolls: Blades is an originally mobile game in which the gameplay from the original Elder Scrolls game has been significantly modified. For example, the game has become more linear and the possibility to sneak around is not in the game. The game is played in first person and features three game modes: Abyss in which players have to get as far as possible in an endless dungeon, Arena, a pvp mode in which two players can fight against each other, and Town, the main mode, in which players must complete quests to to progress in the story.

Furthermore, Bethesda announced two more new updates for The Elder Scrolls; Online on. Dragonhold and Scalebreakers, as the updates are called respectively, will be released in the second half of this year and will complete the storyline from the second DLC pack Season of the Dragon. Scalebreaker adds two new dungeons to the game and Dragonhold takes place in a new area, Pellitine. The player must rebuild this area and restore the Dragonguard order to its former glory.

The publisher also showed an update to its card game The Elder Scrolls: Legends. Dragons also appear in the card game. The Moons of Elsewyr update will be released on June 27.