Earlier today, Bethesda officially removed The Elder Scrolls: Sword Spirit from Early Access, and then confirmed that it can be downloaded from Nintendo Switch.
As of now, The Elder Scrolls: Blades can be downloaded for free from Nintendo Switch eShop. If you have n’t seen the entire contents of The Elder Scrolls: Sword Spirit before, you can check the official trailer of Nintendo Switch below.
According to the official press release, the release of Nintendo Switch supports cross-platform games and cross-processes. If you have accumulated a lot of work on your mobile device, you can easily transfer the above progress by linking your Bethesda.net account with Nintendo Switch. It also confirmed that regardless of the platform, players can chat with existing guild members through the mobile version and can fight other players in The Elder Scrolls: Blade Arena.
Although the basic game is provided for free on Nintendo Switch, if players want to start with additional gold coins, gems, building materials and unique items, they can also choose The Elder Scrolls: Sword Spirit Quick Start Edition. This version will cost you £ 11.99.
In addition to the launch of the Switch, some other features have been implemented today to cooperate with Blades to exit the preemptive experience. Six new missions have been introduced, including a story arc dedicated to gradually facing the big champion. The PvP leaderboard has also been reset and will provide players with additional rewards from now on. At the same time, all Early Access players will get a special new decoration the next time they log in.
This is not the only news released by Bethesda today. Earlier this afternoon, the official release of the Fallout 76 update roadmap included detailed information about upcoming features, such as Seasons, the new Steelhood of Steel story arc, and more.