You can now sign up for The Elder Scrolls: Legends Windows PC version

Costea Lestoc By: Costea Lestoc
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The Elder Scrolls: Legends is a collectible card game developed by Bethesda and based on its well-known Elder Scrolls franchise. Fan and newcomers alike are expected to be able to play the game on Windows and iOS later this year.

This release follows in the footsteps of other digital collectible card games like Clash Royale (based on Clash of Clans) and Hearthstone (based on World of Warcraft), a genre that will continue to gain popularity especially because gamers will be able to play them on their mobile devices whenever they want.

The Elder Scrolls: Legends is a strategy card game that features a variety of gameplay modes and challenges that are quite easy to learn. However, this doesn’t mean that the game is very simple — it will be quite hard to master it. Hearthstone is one of the best examples of a game like this because while the game is not that hard to understand and learn, it takes a good amount of time to master and create a deck that will suit your needs.

The Elder Scrolls: Legends will offer accessible gameplay for beginners who will want to start playing this type of games. We agree that the “hardcore” gamers will master this upcoming game quite fast, but we’re pretty sure that the game will come with a ranked system, which will keep away noobs from pro players and vice-versa.

Elder Scrolls: Legends will come with a wide variety of decks types and strategies to make each game different from another. According to reports, the closed beta test of this game will last for several months and developers will probably invite more players in time.

To sign-up to The Elder Scrolls: Legends (PC version) closed beta head to this page.

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