If you enjoying playing Hearthstone, Magic: The Gathering or other similar card battle game, then you’ve been waiting for the release of Bethesda’s Elder Scrolls: Legends. The game is now available in beta and it can be installed on devices running on Android 4.0 and higher.
When launching Legends, you will see a desktop-style login screen, but the interface needs to be improved. In order to get familiarized with the game, players are recommended to go through the story mode (the other four modes are: solo arena, versus arena, versus battle, and a practice mode), but because this is a beta version, some folks have encountered issues when advancing to the multiplayer, because the interface collapsed in their first battle.
However, players think that Legends has a lot in common with Hearthstone, but its standard mechanics are more complex. It’s not sure when the game will be officially released for Android, but it seems that the current version of Legends was accidentally published. The developers have made the following statement:
“The Android version of The Elder Scrolls: Legends that appeared briefly on the Google Play store earlier today represented a still in development build of the tablet version of the game, on an internal test server, and was never intended to appear for download. This test version of the game is unfinished and as such, does not represent the final quality or content of the game. We appreciate the enthusiasm for The Elder Scrolls: Legends on Android devices and apologize for the confusion. We will update everyone with an official release date as soon as it is available.”
Most likely, the game will be taken down soon, but if you want to give it a try before Bethesda will make it available for Android, iOS, OS X, and Microsoft Windows.
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