Despite the very real danger of having their adventuring careers cut short by taking a projectile to a leg joint, millions of fans have already made The Elder Scrolls series a true RPG phenomenon on consoles and PC. Bethesda turned some heads at E3 2018 by introducing a mobile installment called The Elder Scrolls: Blades (Free), and after some delays, it’s finally here … sort of.
At the time of this article, the game is currently in Early Access, meaning you can download the game and register with Bethesda for permission to start playing. Once you get a notification that you’re good to go, you can jump in and start exploring this particular slice of TES lore.
Why would you want to? Well, for starters, The Elder Scrolls: Blades actually feels like a game that belongs to the main series, an impressive first-person RPG experience with all the flavor you’d expect. It does have some distinctly mobile touches, which we’ll get into shortly, but first you’ll need to know if you can actually play it, even after Early Access ends.
Which devices support The Elder Scrolls: Blades?
Blades is a pretty hefty game from a graphical standpoint, so not just any device