Bethesda director and executive producer Todd Howard told the crowd at E3. Let us know via the comments about what you think these two games could feature and what you want to see from Bethesda. The word on the street suggested that Bethesda's been plugging away at a new not-online Elder Scrolls game for some time, and now we've finally got that confirmed! There are also new card frames with a "sleeker look". The game is a "massive first-person role-playing game" and will be the second Elder Scrolls game to make it to mobile. Big games, big reveals and pretty much all of the titles hitting shelves within a few months.
Blades contains the many hallmarks Elder Scrolls fans enjoy from the franchise - beautifully rendered, console-quality environments, powerful magic, tons of gear to collect, upgradeable skills and of course, real-time fantasy battles! How long after that are we expecting Elder Scrolls VI to show up? We don't even know when it'll be out and which platforms it will appear.
Battling will follow players' swiping movements, and there will be character customization in the game. However, previous Bethesda games such as Fallout Shelter and The Elder Scrolls: Legends are supported by in-app purchases so it's likely that Blades will be the same. The entire game is also fully playable in portrait mode, for your office slacking needs. It has a couple of modes: The Abyss is a roguelike endless dungeon; Arena is 1-on-1 combat; and you can build a town as well. "It's something we feel uniquley positioned to pull off and we're incredibly exited about".