Following its launch on PC and iPad earlier this year, as well as the arrival of new story content in the form of The Fall of the Dark Brotherhood, today, The Elder Scrolls: Legends launches on Steam (PC and Mac) and on Android tablet.
For those that don’t know: The Elder Scrolls: Legends is a free-to-play collectible card game that debuted back in March and that revolves around turn-based matches between two opponents (player vs. player or player vs. AI). The cards are based on creatures, characters, and lore found within The Elder Scrolls series.
If you’re new to the series and want to learn more about the game, including its unique strategic two-lane gameplay, single player campaign, or its multiplayer modes, then be sure to check out the game’s Beginner’s Guide and Advanced Deck Building Tips.
It’s important to note if you plan on picking the title up on Android tablet, then you will need at least Android 4.4 (or higher).
The Elder Scrolls: Legends was developed — and continues to be developed and supported — by Dire Wolf Digital, with the aid of Bethesda as a publisher.
Additionally, Bethesda announced that game will be making its way to mobile phones sometime early this summer. When exactly, wasn’t divulged.