The Elder Scrolls: Blades finally leaves Early Access

The Elder Scrolls: Blades finally leaves Early Access

Today, Bethesda Game Studios has announced that they’ve finally taken Elder Scrolls: Blades out of its Early Access phase and have also released it fully on the Nintendo Switch with the coming of Update 1.7. The game is now available for free on the Nintendo eShop.

With every update, Blades has grown with getting more quests, more things to do, like the PvP Arena, Guilds and more gear. With cross-progression, You can continue playing Blades where you left off on your mobile phone by linking your Bethesda account. Because the game is cross-platform, you can also chat on your mobile phone with players on their Nintendo Switch or battle against them.

A Quick Start Edition is also available for purchase in the Nintendo eShop that will give you 30.000 gold, 2.000 Gems, building materials, exclusive decorations and special gear that once belonged to the Bloodfall King.

Aside from the launch on the Switch, this update also brings some new features to the game. with brand-new quests, you can challenge the Grand Champion with a new series of assignments that relate to the PvP Arena mode that lets you battle against stronger growing opponents with a final battle against the Grand Champion. This update resets the leaderboards and will reward players with gems, potions, chests and a unique head accessory for highly-placed players. As an extra gift for players in the Early Access phase, you will get a new decoration for free simply by logging into the game.

A new launch trailer to celebrate the game’s launch on the Nintendo Switch can be watched below.

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