The mobile game Elder Scrolls: Blades developed by Bethesda is expected to be released for both iOS and Android devices in 2019. We just found out that the game is apparently getting a closed beta on iOS pretty soon. The title was announced for the first time during the E3 2018. The developer is planning on launching the game on home consoles as well.
Blades is about to get a closed beta on iOS
The game was initially scheduled for a release back in 2018, but it was delayed until 2019. For a while, we didn’t even have any announcements about The Elder Scrolls: Blades. Now it seems that Bethesda has made its appearance again. The studio has just announced a closed beta for Blades and Early Access is expected to follow soon.
For now, the closed beta will be available only on iOS phones and tablets, for a selected number of participants. This version is also under a Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA), which means that the individuals who take part in this beta release are not allowed to share any information about their game experience with outsiders.
What else is known about the Blades closed beta
According to Bethesda, the Blades closed beta is the full game. Players who decide to test it will have the chance to play as much as they want.
We also have some great news for owners of Android devices and for those who are not going to be chosen for the closed beta. It looks like Early Access is set to become available this Spring, which in the northern hemisphere starts on the 20th of March and ends on the 12th of June. Similar to the closed beta, Early Access will also give players access to the whole game The Elder Scrolls: Blades, but instead it will not be under NDA. This means that players will be allowed to post and talk about any content they wish.
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