Available for more than a year on iOS and Android, The Elder Scrolls Blades is back and is now coming to Nintendo Switch.
Of course, The Elder Scrolls Blades did not come by itself. It comes with update 1.7 which adds six new quests. One of them, like the Player vs. Player (PvP) arena mode or the Arena of The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion, offers you to face increasingly tough opponents in order to challenge the grand arena champion in a final duel.
Still on the subject of the arena, update 1.7 also resets the Player vs. Player rankings allowing Nintendo Switch players to join the party. As a reminder, entering the arena allows you to obtain additional rewards such as gems, health potions, chests or even a unique helmet. Update 1.7 also offers an exclusive mystery reward to all players who log into the game.
Good news, by linking your Bethesda account, it will be possible to continue your game of The Elder Scrolls Blades started on iOS or even Android on Nintendo Switch. In order to unite players together, we also learn that the title is cross-platform, which means that it will be possible to face your friends playing on Nintendo Switch from your mobile or vice versa.
The Elder Scrolls Blades is free-to-play, but to help you in your progress, the Nintendo eShop offers a paid pack called Quick Launch. The latter includes 30,000 gold coins, 2,000 gems, construction materials, the exclusive Fontaine Sylvestre decoration and rare equipment.
The Elder Scrolls Blades is finally available on Nintendo Switch
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